System Tray Icon

Discussion in 'Wireless Networks' started by D'Hag, Feb 4, 2008.

  1. D'Hag

    D'Hag Guest

    I'm running a laptop. Most of the time it's in the docking station, using a
    wired network connection. In this case, the machine's entire wireless system
    is shut off (WiFi, Bluetooth, etc.).

    I don't want the "Wireless Network Connection Not Connected" icon in the
    System Tray. I don't want it simply "hidden." I want it GONE.

    Same with the wired connection icon. When I'm out of the office, working
    wirelessly, I want the wired network icon GONE, not just hidden.

    Funny that Windows would let you not display these icons when connected, but
    no such option for when the connection is totally disabled.

    I have no problems making connections. I don't want these icons there. There
    is enough clutter in that corner of the screen already.

    Has anyone found a way to just make them not be there at all?
     
    D'Hag, Feb 4, 2008
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  2. Jack \(MVP-Networking\)., Feb 4, 2008
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