Tula, Russia (PressExposure) April 17, 2008 -- Pretty often you can notice that it might be handy to minimize to tray an application that you you are working with, and you see with regret that the developers have not foreseen this option. As far as I am concerned, I would find it very useful to minimize to tray MS Office documents I'm working with, as well as Internet Explorer.
The Rexteam MinimizeToTray has another approach to minimizing applications. You can create the list of applications that have to be minimized, and once the application is in this list, pressing Â«MinimizeÂ» in title bar makes it go to the tray rather than to the taskbar. You can also assign a hotkey combination that will minimize the application - useful when you have a full screen program that needs to be minimized. MinimizeToTray works both in XP and in Vista, which is very good, since I'm planning to switch to Vista soon.
It also can maximize all windows it has minimized - not a very useful function, I think.