February 8, 2011 Kimzter Awesome! Yay! Would you know of a way for me to install an older version? Would LOVE your help!!! check over here
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Worked a charm.I will be telling friends about this 🙂Reply JamRoll June 15, 2010 at 1:56 pmthank you - that was very helpful. Reply Steve Krause February 10, 2012 at 7:18 am # The simple ones are the best kind! But WTF is wrong with Microsoft when they make utterly stupid changes like this. Todd November 8, 2011 on 5:52 pm Reply Awesome…easy and works! You the man !!! 🙂 Reply Menno January 12, 2016 at 5:11 am # Just tried this, and my Windows Live Mail freezes when starting.
Not sure when it happened, but makes me very unhappy - I REALLY don't like the new behaviour. Related Posts: How to Stop Windows 10 from Syncing Themes Between PCs Microsoft Introduces Green Screen of Death Exclusively for Windows Insiders Windows 10 Creators Update Build 14997 Reveals Blue Light I don't want it there, I want messenger to be minimized to tray like in all previous windows versions. You will see the option to Hide window when minimized.
November 8, 2011 Sue Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU! June 12, 2010 RogerRogerson You sir are an ideas man, bloody champion - thank you very much, It was driving me mad not minimising to the tray. -Roger June 25, 2010 Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. now its simple thanxs Dennis June 17, 2010 on 8:42 pm Reply You're always welcome! Matt July 16, 2010 on 3:12 am Reply Thank you for this trick.
Ya gotta love the Internet!Reply gelu August 7, 2010 at 4:40 pmthanks…was a verry annoying for me…thanks againReply mehmet August 8, 2010 at 2:02 pmthanksReply Mike August 20, 2010 at 9:34 My System Specs OS Win7 x64 NL CPU Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 3,0 GHz Motherboard Asus P5K Pro Memory 4Gb Kingston Dual Channel Kit Graphics Card ATI 4770 Sound Card December 28, 2009 clickerX Excellent! thanks a lot!Reply sanju July 19, 2011 at 6:30 pmThanks man.Worked like a charmReply kiwichick August 17, 2011 at 6:39 amWindows Essentials was recently updated and this doesn't work anymore.
Derp… sorry I just saw compatibility mode and that's all I needed to hear!Reply blazingangel1986 July 29, 2009 at 5:01 amthanks very much for that tip i like all the new If it is closed you can search for Windows Live Mail from the start menu, right-click on it and click on Properties. Windows Live Mail Minimize To Tray Windows 10 How to Add the Context Menu Entry Back Right click on the program shortcut(s) and select properties. Minimize Windows Live Mail To System Tray Windows 8 If this irritates you as well and you would like Windows Live Messenger to go directly to System Tray when you minimize it, here's a simple how-to for you.
There is a problem with the ‘Hosts' file. check my blog Tutorials Minimize to Tray on StartupHello, I have some applications that i run on startup but in windows 7 i cannot find an option to minimze them on start up. Ads by Google Cool Tip: Use KMPlayer? Thanks again mSeliga!
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July 24, 2011 Saffier This is a great fix and it also works for MSN and Skype! June 11, 2011 Martin Thanks, it worked ^^ June 19, 2011 Stanley Hi, I have tried following the instructions and it was SUCCESSFUL. JOIN THE DISCUSSION Tweet Daniel Gilbert is a geek from down under that really likes Firefox and audio recording.
THANK YOU SO MUCH! but i have a problem...whenever i run windows live messenger in windows seven build 7260....it remains in the minimize mode....i dont know how to put it into the system tray. Works like a charm.. If anyone knows of a quick fix, please let me know!
When you reopen the program it will still display itself in the taskbar as it did before. Thanks! Brent November 16, 2011 on 2:46 am Reply Thanks for this, it was definitely super irritating to have this in my taskbar. Jeff November 18, 2011 on 4:01 However, it seems that Windows Live Mail shows such an option in Vista and lacks the same when using on Windows 7. http://gagc.net/windows-live/windows-live-messenger-refuses-to-install.php I had started to go crazy trying to get MSN to do this! Weeber March 11, 2012 on 11:33 pm Reply THANK YOU.
Please note that the New Email option in context menu, when clicked, will open any email client that has been set as default. Thank you much June 22, 2010 Ace PERFECT! Microsoft like most other companies probably chooses a path and hopes the majority will be happy with the options. this was on thins i hated from win 7 thanks again!! =D June 5, 2010 SloppyGoat This doesn't work!!!
I think i will need lot more help from you now. Perhaps, Microsoft want this program to be in the desktop tool bar. DID YOU KNOW?Norman Borlaug won the 1970 Nobel Peace Prize for his work in genetically modifying wheat to create a high-yielding disease resistant strain; his creation is credited with saving over Recent Comments News Posts on TWCNMicrosoft Garage to open new locationsScalebound’s cancellation is a huge blow to the Xbox OneMicrosoft rolls out KB3213986 Build 14393.693 for Windows 10 PCs and Mobile
Minimize it and get the confirmation. It successfully worked for me ! thanks AWESOME, it worked like a charm ;)))) October 4, 2011 Prasad worked like a charm thanx October 7, 2011 Kamran Excellent tip, Thanks a lot October 10, 2011 nubbuka Thanks! http://www.kentdome.com/messengertotray Ciao January 21, 2010 Ivo Worked perfectly, solved me another problem Thanks alot, Geek :) January 29, 2010 Sam Patel thank you very much for your help, it did work…
for turkish .. Is the latest messenger really supposed to not go in the tray? September 28, 2010 Selvan Not good: The context menu item is there and selected but when minimized, it remains and adds a pop-up to say it's still running. From here we are going to utilize the lovely Windows 7 right-click and select Properties.
I'm was looking for a Win Live MAIL option to minimize to system tray, nothing works but this works perfect.WIN7 ultimate x64Reply Federico Lezama November 26, 2009 at 1:54 amwork for