When a program is forcefully terminated it is not able to cleanup any of its resources, as a result dead icons are left in the system tray until you hover your mouse over them. Explorer does not perform house keeping and remove any dead icons automatically. This tool runs in the background, doesn’t require admin rights, and will keep the system tray area clean for you automatically while only using between ~0.1% – 0.3% CPU usage. Now your system tray area will always remain clean even if processes can’t clean up after themselves when terminated. You just need to install it, that’s all.
|Last Updated||10 April 2017|
|Operating System||Windows All (32-bit / 64-bit)|