Since Windows® operating system doesn't provide the default ability to minimize any window to the system tray,
Actual Window Minimizer was developed for this single purpose but being developed for years now
it performs this single function flawlessly.
Actual Window Minimizer is a small but powerful utility which is only needed to be installed
to bring the minimize-to-tray ability online in a most quick and easy way: it adds an extra Minimize-to-Tray
button to every window's title bar so that you can send any window to the system tray in a single mouse click! You can
use Actual Window Minimizerfor free for 60 days after it is installed so
and try it yourself now!
Besides the extra button Actual Window Minimizer offers many other ways to perform the
minimize-to-tray action. For example, you can override the default behavior of any window's standard Minimize button
and use it for the alternative minimization. Also you can hide windows in the tray automatically upon their startup or
deactivation. Comprising the experience of thousands of its users Actual Window Minimizer is the
ultimate solution for the 'Minimize-to-Tray' problem! Try it for free now!
What Users Say
""I was searching for Mozilla extensions but couldn't find a simple application/extension to minimize Thunderbird. Searched in Google and was very pleased to find your program. Tried it and it did exactly what I wanted. It is definitely worth the money!""
""I tried other Minimize-to-Tray apps that do this, although they weren't as easy or stable as Actual Window Minimizer. Overall, it was one of the easiest User Interfaces... so that was another reason I chose it.""
David A Friedel, Warwick, USA.
""I was looking for something to minimize the clutter in my taskbar and move some icons to the permanent tray and came upon Actual Window Minimizer. I have been using it by default everyday for the last 2 years and have been very happy with it.""
""I have a piece of software that I use everyday on my Windows® XP Pro SP2 desktop, and I need to have it up and running all the time. However, I kept accidentally closing it because it was on the task bar. I tried a couple other minimize-to-tray utilities before finding Actual Window Minimizer, but they just didn't work properly - Actual Window Minimizer does!""