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Windows Xp Hide Inactive Icons Not Working
To clarify I do not get either the circle or a circle with chevrons. The only way is with editing the Registry. Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum. Restart the computer and see if that would solve the problem If you have disabled all the icons during startup there would be no icons showing in the system tray and http://thumbd.net/windows-xp/windows-xp-shortcut-icons-not-working.html
Microsoft should be ashamed for having an OS where such a stupid bug exists & not providing a fix. It works sometimes and other times it doesn't work. Log On and you will find your tray is working. And I believe the accurate description for the button is a 'chevron'.
We cannot guarantee that problems resulting from modifications to the registry can be solved. I have a different, and weird, symptom. I have to follow all of JMarco's 2/22/14 post above which includes steps (1), (2), & (3). The left hand edge is a straight line.
So what ever it is you want the " show hidden icon" to appear . Go to customize notifications. Hiding the Windows Notification Area in Windows 8 From the Windows Desktop, right-click the Taskbar and click Properties In the Taskbar Properties window next to Notification area: click the Customize button. Startup Control Panel is another pretty good application. [[Startup Control Panel is a nifty control panel applet that allows you to easily configure which programs run when your computer starts.
In the Notification Area Icons screen that appears (similar to the example below) choose what icons you want to show in the Windows Notification Area. In general the symptoms are as though the "Hide inactive icons" checkbox is not writing to wherever it is supposed to in the registry. Customize "Use Default Homepage" Button URL in Internet Explorer Options StandaloneStack 2: Get Leopard Stacks in Taskbar and Desktop in Windows XP and Vista Comments anil thakkar how do i disable Step (2) is "(2) Download the "Download Registry Script" provided above.
it worked. I gave up on it a long time ago. :>) Seen a lot of people posting about this as well. This video shows the Mac version, but the tool works the same way in Windows. I have "Hide Inactive Icons" checked in Properties.
If u r not sure then, set all programs in the notification area as Always Hide. this content I restarted XP and then checked . or read our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. If you post a reply to this I will accept it.
- Now you can go back in and reset it for the way you want.
- Mark why won't my laptop work?Having grandkids is God's way of giving you a 2nd chance because you were too busy working your butt off the 1st time aroundDo not send
- Right click on the > >> clock.
- Was looking for this solution lot.
- I'm running XP Home with all the latest updates.
- Colin_Thames Manual process didn't work for me on Windows 8.1 despite restarting but the Script did, and without restarting the system but just by restarting Windows Explorer!
- Also the symbol "<" and ">" are not there since the malware episode.
Hi CrazyOne I will try this shortly and revert. BLEEPINGCOMPUTER NEEDS YOUR HELP! However I think you are getting there as I tried it and it worked for a time. http://thumbd.net/windows-xp/windows-xp-mode-windows-update-not-working.html gospelfoot Third what crudebuster said, definitely works on Windows 8, the pos os that it is.
Set one icon to always hide. If you change the Value as 0 the it will disable the Tray. 4. Right click on the > clock.
I have found that manually deleting the IconStreams & PastIconStream does not work properly on my Dell 1764 Windows 7 Ultimate.
Looker is Finder! Thanks so much for this tip. I located the right keys in the registry. check over here Sunray 0 LVL 44 Overall: Level 44 Windows XP 25 Message Expert Comment by:CrazyOne2003-09-21 Comment Utility Permalink(# a9402433) See if this helps Delete the IconStreams and PastIconsStream values from the