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 Home » Freeware Downloads » Desktop Utilities » Tray and Taskbar Utilities   
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AlomWare Lights v1.33
AlomWare Lights v1.33 AlomWare Lights is a small app that shows the LED status of the Num Lock, Caps Lock, and Scroll Lock keys at the bottom-right corner of your PC's desktop (next to the clock). This is handy for users whose keyboard does not have LED lights to show these states, such as various laptops and/or wireless keyboards. Unlike other LED indicator apps, AlomWare Lights goes one step further and allows you force Num Lock on, so you don't type blanks instead of numbers without realizing; and you can force Caps Lock off, so that you don't start typing in capitals by mistake.
5/5 3,903 Jul 02, 2020
Light Switch v2.1
Light Switch v2.1 Easily switch between light and dark theme in Windows 10. You can set a different wallpaper for each theme. How to use Click the icon once to switch from light to dark, or from dark to light. Right click the icon to open the menu. Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 830 Sep 29, 2020
RBTray v4.11
RBTray v4.11 RBTray is a small Windows program that runs in the background and allows almost any window to be minimized to the system tray by: Right-Clicking its minimize button Shift-Right-Clicking on its title bar Using the Windows-Alt-Down hotkey Note that not all of these methods will work for every window, so please use whichever one works for your needs. Please download the zip file for either the 64 bit (x64) binaries or 32 (x86) bit binaries (depending on your Windows version). If you aren't sure which one to use, probably you should use the x64 one. It's recommended that you use the latest version. Extract the contents of the zip file to a folder, for example "C:\Program Files\RBTray". From that folder, double click RBTray.exe to start it. If you want it to automatically start after you reboot, create a shortcut to RBTray.exe in your Start menu's Startup group. If you want it to automatically start after you reboot, create a shortcut to RBTray.exe in your Start menu's Startup group, which is located at "%APPDATA%\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup", or by pressing "WIN + R" then typing shell:Startup. Using To minimize a program to the system tray, you can use any of these methods: Right-click with the mouse on the program's minimize button. Hold the Shift key while Right-clicking on the program's title bar. Pressing Windows-Alt-Down on the keyboard (all at the same time). This should create an icon for the window in the system tray. To restore the program's window, single-click the program's icon in the tray. Alternatively, you can Right-click on the tray icon which should bring up a popup menu, then select Restore Window. In some cases the first two methods cause problems with other software because of they way ...
5/5 618 Jan 07, 2021
Benbuck Nason
ServiceCommander v5.0.1.83
ServiceCommander v5.0.1.83 Easily manage your important Windows Services from the Windows Taskbar Start and stop your critical Services with just a few clicks. ServiceCommander is a free utility that helps you to take control of your important Windows Services. Easily start, stop, or restart selected services on any computer on your network, all conveniently from the Windows Taskbar. Key Features &amp; Benefits of managing your Windows Services with ServiceCommander * Start / stop / restart your important services easily from the Windows Taskbar ("system tray") * Quickly discover if your important services are running * Assemble a set of services from any computers on your network - local or remote * Manipulate all services as a group * A friendly alternative to the Windows Service Control Manager (SCM) * Avoid having to rely on the net.exe and sc.exe utilities at the command line Using ServiceCommander ServiceCommander resides in the Windows Taskbar — in the cluster of icons at the bottom right of the desktop (near the clock). Its icon looks like a wizard: When you click the icon, the taskbar menu appears. The Taskbar Menu The menu lists the services you have selected and allows you to manipulate them. Here is the menu when ServiceProtector is managing three services — Windows Time, Bluetooth Support Service and Dropbox Update Service: The menu features the following entries: * Configure: Select the list of services to manage, setup a hotkey, etc. * <Service 1>: Start / stop / pause / resume / restart the first service in the list you have selected * <Service 2>, etc: Start / stop / pause / resume / restart the second service in the list you have selected ...
5/5 76 Sep 23, 2021
Core Technologies Consulting, LLC
ServiceTray v4.0.1.68
ServiceTray v4.0.1.68 Easily Monitor and Control any Windows Service from a Tray Icon Conveniently Start, Stop or Restart any Windows Service with a couple of clicks. Do you need to keep tabs on an important Windows Service? Is there a service that you constantly start and stop? Why waste time opening the Services Control Panel application yet again when you can do everything quickly from a tray icon? ServiceTray will save you time by placing any Windows Service at your fingertips. For example, start your service with two clicks of the mouse. Key Features &amp; Benefits * Start / stop / restart any Windows Service effortlessly from the Windows Taskbar ("system tray") * The tray icon instantly lets you know if your service is running or not * Tray icon notifications will alert you when the service stops or starts unexpectedly * Easily switch to Session 0 to view the GUI from your interactive services * Integrates with AlwaysUp to provide "in session" functionality (start or restart in the current session) * Shows service details on demand (CPU, Memory, Uptime, etc) * Manage multiple services, each with a different customizable tray icon * No need to use the net.exe and sc.exe utilities at the command line or run Services from the Control Panel How to Manage a Windows Service with ServiceTray Create a Shortcut for your Service After installation, use ServiceTray to create a shortcut that will launch a tray icon to manage a given service: 1) Run Start > All Programs > ServiceTray > Configure ServiceTray. This will bring up the "Create Shortcut" window: 2) Select the service you would like to control. 3) Choose the icon that ...
5/5 79 Sep 23, 2021
Core Technologies Consulting, LLC
Taskbar groups v0.1.4
Taskbar groups v0.1.4 Lightweight application that lets user create and pin groups to the Windows taskbar or desktop. Changes: v0.1.4 Reworked UI for creating new groups Added functionality for editing existing groups Updated UI for file picker Changed initial directories for file picker New icon, big thanks Darthagnon! Preview of a taskbar group: Preview of client: Also works on desktop shortcuts: UI for creating new/editing existing groups: Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 668 Dec 22, 2020
Jack Schierbeck
TaskbarX v1.5.8.0
TaskbarX v1.5.8.0 TaskbarX gives you control over the position of your taskbar icons. TaskbarX will give you an original Windows dock like feel. The icons will move to the center or user given position when an icon gets added or removed from the taskbar. You will be given the option to choose between a variety of different animations and change their speeds. The animations can be disabled if you don't like animations and want them to move in an instant. The center position can also be changed to bring your icons more to the left or right based on the center position. Currently all taskbar settings are supported including the vertical taskbar. And Unlimited taskbars. Triple Monitor Setup Example Video Configuration Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 909 Aug 24, 2020
Chris Andriessen
TrafficMonitor v1.80.3
TrafficMonitor v1.80.3 A portable network monitoring tool for Windows that runs in a tiny box on your desktop or system tray. It can display the current network speed, CPU and memory usage. It also support the functions of display in the taskbar, change skin and historical traffic statistics. Main Features Displays the current network transfer speed, CPU and memory usage. Support automatic or manual selection of network connections if there are multiple network adapters. Display the network connection details. Support the window displayed in the taskbar. Support for changing skin and customizing skin. Historical traffic statistics. This download is for the 64bit version. If you need the 32bit version, download here. If you need the 64bit without temperature monitor version, download here. If you need the 32bit without temperature monitor version, download here. Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 1,831 Jul 12, 2021
XBox One Controller Battery Indicator v1.3.1
XBox One Controller Battery Indicator v1.3.1 A tray application that shows a battery indicator for an Xbox-ish controller and gives a notification when the battery level drops to (almost) empty. It was originally written for the XBox One controller since Microsoft dropped all visual hints for low battery, but it should work with any gamepad that can be addressed via XInput (which should be all controllers that work in XBox-controller-enabled games). When more than one controller is present, the tray icon will cycle through the status display every 5 seconds. When a controller reaches low battery level, a notification is displayed. Controllers reported as working/being recognized so far: XBox Series X/S + dongle XBOne S + dongle XBOne S + Bluetooth XBOne Elite + dongle XBOne + dongle XB360 Currently known issues/limitations: Series X/S controllers connected via Bluetooth won't report any or a completely wrong battery level. This seems to be an issue with Microsofts BT implementation and I can't do anything about it. See Issue #49 for details. initial recognition of a newly connected controller can take a while. It will be displayed as "waiting for battery level data" at first but should switch to battery level after ~10 seconds and a button press. (This might be a limitation of the XInput API.) Changes: 1.3.1 The biggest change is that this version can detect if the new light theme introduced with Windows 10 1903 is used and switches to an inverted icon set (black lines instead of white). The switch can take a few seconds since it's coupled with the controller detection cycle (which takes 1-5 seconds for a cycle). See issue #23 for details. Also, as mentioned in issue #25 automatic update check ...
5/5 2,879 Apr 04, 2021
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