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tray

 [tra]
a flat-surfaced utensil for the conveyance of various objects or material.

tray

(trā),
A flat receptacle with raised edges.

tray

(trā)
A flat receptacle with raised edges.
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Instead, Active Tray supports an unlimited number of submenus in the system tray, giving them access to as many shortcuts and links as they need.
PC-like experience - It will allow "win key+type" shortcut, taskbar app pinning and system tray windowing.
The bubble sits in the system tray and can be opened with a single click on the icon.
Perhaps the most mediocre component of Windows 9x is that silly little clock that sits in the right end the system tray. All it does is give you the time based upon the national setting format you choose for Windows.
In standard mode, the tool always displays a prominent icon in the system tray. By opting to always display an icon in the system tray, parents can ensure that their kids are always aware they are under constant supervision.
On the user's desktop, the Carbonite icon appears on the system tray at the bottom of the screen.
All tests can be pre-configured; LetUknow sits in the system tray and runs on schedules specified by network administrators.
With the program, users can define frequently-used pieces of text and play them back either with a hot-key or by using a pop-up menu in the Windows system tray. Text-handling functions offered include clipboard extension, auto-date and an on-screen keyboard that gives easy access to symbols and international characters.
* Can hide program's icons(tray icons) from the system tray.
Even as native applications transition to the cloud there are some things one is bound to miss about them, whether it is the pinging sound when you get a new message, or their ability to collapse quietly into the system tray, running the background till something comes up that need your attention.
I have to use the Gmail notifier that I can download to my system tray, and--remember--my goal is to not use my desktop for anything.

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