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Minimize and hide to tray any application Minimize to tray 1.5.1 Minimize, hide any application to system tray, you can use it like boss key. Hide them all! You can minimize application by shortcut key. You may choose applications which will be always minimized to tray, it's really easy to use. Minimize them all now! You can hide them too! It does not require any additional configuration. Minimize To Tray supports Windows Vista. Minimize To Tray hiding all windows applications. Free support after buy included.

Works as it should Minimize to tray, as the name implies, minimizes any program the system tray with a simple combination of keystrokes. It's a useful tool, works as it should, and is causing me no trouble. What more can you ask for?

Why pay for something you can do for free? I found minimizetotray using Google, and I downloaded the trial version, which only worked for a few hours, unfortunately.I was reluctant to pay for it, however, because I suspected I could find a similar function for free. After a little more research, I found Trayit!, which is free and provides many, though not all, of these functions for free.Perhaps when I am employed full-time in a career, I won't mind paying, but for now, freeware and FOSS is the way to go.





AllToTray can minimize ANY program to Tray. AllToTray 4.6.3 Allows you to minimize ANY window to your System Tray. It adds the option -Minimize to Tray- to the System menu of the window. If you have checked this option, this tool will minimize the window to your System Tray any time you minimize it. Minimize the window as usually (mouse or keyboard). To restore the window just click on its icon from the Tray. New features : three possibilities to quickly minimize to Tray, support multiple users.




System tray launcher for Thunderbird. Thunderbird-Tray 1.2 Thunderbird-Tray is a system tray launcher tool for Mozilla Thunderbird, the popular e-mail client. You can use TB-Tray to hide Thunderbird to the tray while you don't need it. When you click the tray icon, TB-Tray will restore Thunderbird. It also has a menu of options for quick access to Thunderbird features. Thunderbird-Tray is freeware (open source) and licensed under the GPL.

Just what I was searching for; satisfied my need!

it's just one day but seems it is working OKthank you

Software too Buggy I tried three times to install and get your software to work. It did not function as expected.I wanted it to quickly bring up Thunderbird so that I could immediately email a message and forward a file without having to go though the process of waiting for Thunderbird to open and then having to select "Write" - I was not able to get the program to do this. Instead, I've switched to Minimail and it appears to work fine.Thank youMorton

Great, just what I was looking for After a reinstallation (After almost 4 years) of my XP PC I have used only Mozilla and openOffice software. And I am really impressed by this software. The TB tray was something I missed in TB and this little tool does the job very well!!

subject It's exactly what I was looking for.

Should be part of Thunderbird I do not understand why this software is not part of Thunderbird. Every other mail software I used so far had this option of hiding when inactive... I love TbTray !



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