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    A simply DOS question.

    What is the DOS command used to configure your system tray? I forgot it. Thx
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    There is no command to configure the system tray per se, but if you're using w98 then msconfig will give you access to everything that starts at boot time, but in real terms this is just an easier way of modifying some system files and the registry - and its probably better that you learn how to do this yourself.
    Simon Templer gave a great explanation of this a while ago, so its probably in his faq - have a look at that.
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    Re: A simply DOS question.

    Originally posted by SolidPez
    What is the DOS command used to configure your system tray? I forgot it. Thx
    Uhm... You mean the system tray in the (default) bottom right of the screen on the windows taskbar, right? Well, you can't do much with it by default, you need third-party programs. Since I have a lot of junk on it, I use a small free program called Tray Magician, which makes the tray 'shrink' when I don't have my mouse over it, so that less of my taskbar is cluttered.
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    Yes, msconfig was what I was looking for. Thanks. Sorry for the confusion.
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