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Customizing Notification Area


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coasttech

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Windows XP gives you an option, to be able to customize the Notification Area allowing you to change behavior of the icons there.

The problem is, (and I have tried this on multiple computers) the settings never stay after you reboot??

Any one know how to fix this?

Thanks,

Coasttech

Edited by coasttech, 11 February 2006 - 11:51 AM.

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gerryf

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I wonder if you have a corrupt icon in the notification area? What programs are in there?
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Nothing out of the ordinary just the normal stuff you would find there.

Do you not have this problem? Set one of your icons down there to always hide then reboot and see if the setting is still there.
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stays there...

Now, though, what are you setting to always hide?

I find that one in particular will not stay hid==Microsoft Antispy

I wonder if the issue is the program itself resetting something, as opposed to all icons in the notification area.

Did you try multiple programs?
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