How to hiding icons on the bottom of your screen?

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By using this tip you can hide the useless icons on the bottom of your
system screen (right end of the taskbar). Because some of the icons will
useful for you on system tray area but may be others list of icons not
useful for you so you can hide all extra icon very easily. Many programs
that run in the background on your computer but you are not using regularly
such as antivirus software, volume controller, backup applications. The
system tray can get cluttered with useless icon, so you may not wants to
display them on the

To hide those icons that you do not use regularly, follow these steps.

First of all right-click on the windows taskbar and choose


Here a new dialog box will appear with title "Taskbar and start Menu
Properties" and then click on "Customize¬Ö"button that  appears on   lower


Now again a new dialog box will appear with title "Customize


Under Current Items area, select the program that you want to change the
behavior. On the right of the program name a drop-down menu appears for
example "Always hide, Always show and Hide when


You choose to hide the program's Icon, when it is inactive, to always hide
the icon, or to always show

Select the option you want and click on OK button, then again click on OK
button to finish the

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