Neat is Pretty: Moving Program Into System Tray Using MoveToTray

When using computer, do you often open so many applications, even making your Windows Taskbar full? It’s not neat, isn’t it? You, just like SOT, probably dying to close all those applications. But, what can we do, those applications are still needed…

To overcome this problem, you can move those applications to system tray. By this way, your Windows Taskbar won’t be crowded by too many application, and your desktop display would look neater. To do that thing, you can use MoveToTray application. This application is small, light, but useful to manage programs you open. Moreover, this application is suitable for all type of Windows, even it is portable, so you don’t have to install it again.

If you’re interesting, you can try downloading MoveToTray from this link:

After installation procedure finished, you’ll get small extension program. If you click it, you’ll find MoveToTray icon appeared in your PC or laptop’s system tray. It shows that MoveToTray is ready to use.

How to use it, when you open some application just like figure below:

Neat is Pretty: Moving Program Into System Tray Using MoveToTray

Then you can move the application you open into system tray by pressing Ctrl+Alt+M hotkeys when the window is active. Then, the application you open will go swiftly into system tray.

Neat is Pretty: Moving Program Into System Tray Using MoveToTray

If you want to open the program again, you’ll just have to click on the application. Frankly, there are some application cannot be inserted into system tray by this way.

However, it’s pretty good. Just by a single light application, you can manage various application you’ve opened by moving it into system tray. It is useful when you use older version computer which when you open so many applications at once, it would burden your memory.

Travis Brice is a computer technician and also father of two cute children. After 6 years of hard work at telecommunication company, he decides to quit his job and build his own business. Now he also writes for Spyontech on his spare time. He loves to write about operating system, especially Microsoft Windows.

© 2011 spyontech. All rights reserved.