Minimize To Tray v1.2

Checker on 6 Aug 2014
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  • Suggested by orchus

Minimize To Tray lets you minimize running applications to the system tray, which helps to increase free space in the taskbar. To minimize any application to the system tray, simply right-click the minimize button or left-click on it while pressing [Shift]. You can also use Minimize To Tray to quickly hide all running applications except those listed in the Filter settings using a predefined hotkey.

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System Requirements: Win95 / Win98 / WinME / WinNT / Win2K / WinXP
Writes settings to: Application folder
License: Freeware
How to extract: Download the ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice. Launch Minimize to tray.exe.

14 comments on Minimize To Tray  The Portable Freeware Collection Latest Entries Feed

Quilan 2011-10-05 18:54

It's small and it works :)

Minor bug: shift+left click does not minimize console apps, use right click instead.

V1.2

name 2011-05-30 05:27

works great on browsers and other apps in XP netbook

V1.2

ted 2011-04-08 06:28

the app is cool!

V1.2

aeppl 2010-04-20 14:25

is there a way to make a "reversed" filter entry?

dmg 2010-04-10 23:37

The home site appears no longer exist.

Doddzy 2008-09-17 09:49

Wow this is great for school because whenever a teacher comes by I press my hotkey to hide my programs apart for the filtered ones like "Word,notepad and the such;))

Igor Alter 2007-12-27 17:25

Downloaded Minimize To Tray V1.2.
The best of its kind so far!
It hides everything apart from what is filtered out ("legitimate" soft ;) )
Do not know what "magic key" is and the developer's site is down.
Minor thing - it does not hide it's own icon in the tray.

techguru 2006-09-09 04:12

Now when I tried this program out it changed the registry so I still kind of iffy but overall i like it it mini's the windows fast skype , itunes , folders , firefox , adobe reader> Can be closed in the system tray or even hiden> Now you can filter these open windows not to go into the tray by pointing at the open windows you want to have open. But had trouble with the magic key Overall Good but not great

alex dante 2006-08-31 20:00

It's important to remember that portablefreeware isn't actually responsible for the development and/or maintenance of any of the apps they list. If you're having an issue with an app, it's always best to notify the actual developer.

Mentioning you have a problem here can help others avoid issues as well, definitely. But at the very least mention what version of Windows you're running, as it may help with identifying the trouble.

dot 2006-08-31 13:03

Oops, sorry! Noticed too late that Albator was probably addressing Alexandre. It's a pity one can't edit one's reply in this section. ;-)

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