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2009

How to minimize applications to the system tray

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There are a lot of ways to have a nice and tidy computer, just in case you are one of those maniacal guys who like to clean and order everything. This weird tendency, for some reason, get stronger (or just worsens) while in front of your computer. That’s why I wrote nice articles which let you get a very ordered and well-arranged computer. In fact you can add Explorer to your right-click desktop menu in case you don’t like any icons on your desktop, or you can disable shortcut icons arrows in case you want everything to be more precise, or hide the name of folders and files in Windows Explorer to give a more compact  and tidy look to the whole Explorer window. If you want you can also delete and clean your Internet history just in case you are a big fan of Spring cleanings. What I am going to speak about today lets you have a wonderful, really wonderful and tidy computer where every program can be tidily arranged in your system tray in just one click!

Minine is a nice freeware utility which lets you minimize your applications like Windows Media Player to the system tray. It also keeps your system tray clean by minimizing all applications into a single tray icon. It is just sufficient to select the window you wish to minimize, press ctrl+shift+z and that’s it!

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