Post your systray snapshot here

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by aigle, Mar 5, 2006.

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  1. aigle

    aigle Registered Member

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    Whenever somebody posts a snapshot of his desktop, I like to see what icons he has in his systray. It just gave me an idea, let,s post the snapshots of our systray here with the names of icons, just to have an idea what people are running on there desktop all the time. Please before taking the snapshot, go to the taskbar properties and uncheck the option HIDE INACTIVE ICONS, so that we can see all the icons.

    So first of all, I am posting mine, the icons from right to left are, Online armor, Battery, volume, winpatrol, DU Traffic( a dial up monitor), TimeUp( another dial up monitor), TOSHIBA Power saver, PG, Yahoo widget engine, MS antispyware and Norton internet security.

    By the way, just above the systray, you can see 4 yahoo widgets showing battery power, memory use and CPU use( from right to left) and an anlog clock.
     

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  2. dog

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    I don't mean to go OT but Do you know you still have PG in learning mode?

    To stay on topic here's mine .... [Eth0 Connection/monitor/Interactive Firewall] and organizer.
     

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  4. aigle

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    Ya, thanks.

    So it,s a mac?
     
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    I have CHX-I for firewall so it doesn't show up in the tray ;)
    I also like to run nice and light :D
     

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  6. dog

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    Linux / Mandriva
     
  7. aigle

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    I can recognize only volume, USB device, PG and sandbox.
     
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    Coreforce, clamwin av, icesword, snoopfree privacy shield are the others ;) for TNT

    Alphalutra1
     
  9. aigle

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    So what,s the middle Icon, and I think there are hidden Icons, even I don,t find an AV.
     
  10. aigle

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    Ah, I really like it.
     
  11. dog

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    The middle icon in Alphalutra1 SS is the AV - Nod32
     
  12. Alphalutra1

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    My only hidden icon is EDexter, you can see that the arrow on the systray is pointed to the right which means it is showing all the icons that are hidden
    Alphalutra1
     
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    Minimal
     

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  14. Alphalutra1

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    What's hiding in there bigc? You didn't click on the arrow next to the toolbar to show all the icons :D

    Alphalutra1
     
  15. aigle

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    Oo, ya, did not know it before!
     
  16. aigle

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    And what the icon with F-secure. Have seen it before but can,t remember now.
     
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    Another minimalist.
     

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    Oh go on then, just for laughs, is this too much right now ! Keep it light lol.

    http://img50.imageshack.us/img50/1562/tray13zu.png

    L - R ClipClear/BOClean/MaxMem/Popupstopper/Bitdefender9/Modem/Winsonar/ZAFree/SpybotTeatimer/DUN/Winpatrol

    Ignore the last one as i just launched MWSnap to take the shot.


    StevieO
     
  20. aigle

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    MojoWorkin and StevieO! thanks but I don,t see the snaps.
     
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    Not very much hiding in there
     

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    Kerio Firewall; Eject hardware; Sound Volume; Scanner; Internat.exe (Keyboard language toggle); ISCAlert; Toolbar utility; HP Photo Printer Card; Macro Express; Deep Freeze; InfoSelect Transport; Modem-internet; LAN
     

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  23. TNT

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    Left to right: Core Force, Deep Freeze, Sandboxie, ClamWin, IceSword, volume control, Process Guard, USB device, SnoopFree Privacy Shield and the time. ;)
     
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    LAN and Deep Freeze

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