Put a menu in the System Tray

runs on Windows
screenshot of SE-TrayMenu

The System Tray has been one of the more clever features of Windows for the past several releases. It puts all kinds of status information right where you can see them easily, at the right end of the Task Bar. If you'd like to get even more use out of that piece of on-screen real estate, you might check out SE-TrayMenu.

This application adds a pop-up menu to the tray, that you can populate with the important stuff you need to be able to put your hands on quickly. Whether it's programs you use regularly, documents you are currently working on, or even important web bookmarks, you can add just what you need to this user-configurable list. Add your own hotkeys, and you're well on your way to working more efficiently.

SE-TrayMenu is a Windows app and runs under Windows 2000 and later. It also requires version 2 of the .NET Framework.

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