How to hide icons in system tray

July 4, 2009 at 05:01:26
Specs: Windows XP
i am having WinXP.
whenever we load any prgogram that works at background, it leaves an icon in system tray.

Can anyone suggest how to hide these icons so that they are not visible but the program is still running in background.
program will be running but hidden from system tray,taskbar and taskmanager just like keylogger which is hidden from all of these but running in background.
do i need to edit the registry or
is any software availabe? which is hidden and also it hides the user selected running applications.

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July 4, 2009 at 06:06:09
zizx2, Right click your Taskbar, choose Properties, under the Taskbar tab click the Customize button under the Current Items hilite the program and under Behavior use the drop-down arrow button to choose Always hide. Do this for those you want to hide, then OK your way out. This will hide then from the Taskbar but if they're running it will not hide them in the Task Manager list of running applications.


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July 4, 2009 at 09:35:24
Excuse me for being a cynic, but is this a way for the boss to not know what you are doing?

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