System Tray

  Rosebud 12:23 20 Nov 03

Hi Can someone tell me where the System Tray is in WinXP and how to find It?.

  24seven 13:12 20 Nov 03

You could try reverting back to 'classic view' and then it will be next to the clock again.

  Nellie2 13:18 20 Nov 03

It is next to the clock in XP but sometimes if none of the applications are in use then XP will hide them... you should see > symbol next to your clock, click on that and the applications will become visible.

  cycoze 13:46 20 Nov 03

In XP its called the `Notification area` , its possibe if all icons are set to `always hide` and the clock is not shown , you will just have a small circle with a symbol(<) showing.

You can access the Task Bar and Start Menus by right clicking the task bar and selecting properties.

It`s also possible with a registry change to remove the `notification area` completley and just have the clock.

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