See Desirable Icons with System Tray in Windows® 7
If you like and want clean interface, then Windows 7 new option System Tray can help you. On the right side of the taskbar is system notification area. This block of screen comes pre-installed on PC. Programs like clock, volume control, anti-virus and program agents like Yahoo! Messenger are always present on System Tray. There is no easy way to manage icons in it. Whether you want them or not, they cannot be uninstalled.
Windows 7 provides you with the solution to it. It provides the user with the control over the icons. The behavior of each of the icon can be customized in Windows 7. The new system tray is far better than the older one as it allows the user to has control over the icons to show or hide them. And if you want to see notifications, you can select the option to show system notifications.
By default, only three icons are displayed in the notification area in Windows 7. You have to click the caret to see the rest of the notifications and can drag the ones you want to see in the notification area. This is not the biggest change that occurs, the remarkable change occur in the option to customize the notification area. Use handy menu and select yourself which icon you wish to see always, and the icons you never wish to see and the icons you wish to see when there is a notification. Other minor tweaks have also been added to the clock, the Wi-Fi icon etc. Many system-level notifications such as firewall settings and application updates are now included in Action Center icon. Some balloon notifications will appear with little icons on them that facilitate the user whether the user want to see that balloon or not.
The radical change the operating system has undergone is in user interface. Enhanced user experience is the focus of Windows 7. The most visible result is on the taskbar. By default the new tray icons are hidden and invisible. The icons have also been modernized to make the tasks easier.
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