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Windows 7: Hide icons feature of win7 is great. Can I make persistent in XP?


14 Mar 2012   #1

Win 7 Pro 64-bit
 
 
Hide icons feature of win7 is great. Can I make persistent in XP?

In Windows 7 I have full control to configure application icons to stay hidden, or stay shown, or show only notifications. The beautiful thing is that it remembers this even when the the applicaiton is not running and may later be restarted, the same settings are applied.

In XP however, I have to reconfigure my applicaition icon to be "always hidden" and I have to do it every time I launch the application. Is there a registry setting or something that I could use to force this setting to be persistent or automatically applied on bootup?

If you have a trick for this, I'd like to hear about it. Thank you!

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