Hi Can someone tell me where the System Tray is in WinXP and how to find It?.
You could try reverting back to 'classic view' and then it will be next to the clock again.
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.
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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