4t Tray Minimizer is a lightweight application whose purpose is to helps users minimize utilities to the system tray.
It comes in handy in case you are working with multiple tools and need to free up some space on the taskbar by making the tools run in the system tray.
4t Tray Minimizer sports a clean and straightforward layout that offers several configuration settings to tinker with.
The application offers support for window toolbar integration, so you can easily send the active panel to the system tray.
Additionally, it comes packed with some extra functions which enable you to roll up or down the current pane, make programs stay on top of other applications, or switch to a window transparent mode.
When it comes to configuration settings, you can make 4t Tray Minimizer run at Windows startup, show the try icon for the minimized applications, group multiple instances of the same tool into one tray icon, and enable or disable the titlebar buttons.
What’s more, you are allowed to create exclusion lists, use hotkeys for a better control over the entire process, which can be reassigned, check the log section for additional details about the entire process, and launch a file or document stored on the desktop directly from the settings window.
One of the top features bundled in this tool enables you to create a list with favorite tools and configure the dedicated parameters for each one in terms of hiding options, automatic minimized mode, titlebars, launching conditions, and horkeys.