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If, like most users, you install a lot of applications on your Windows system, you will soon wind up with a crowded Start menu that requires you to navigate
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through several tiers of menu options before you locate the icon you want The Quick Launch area of the taskbar addresses this by enabling you to place icons for your most frequently used programs where they re always visible and available As shown in Figure 1511, the Quick Launch area of the taskbar is located just to the right of the Start button
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The bulk of the taskbar is taken up by the active programs area This is where icons representing currently running applications show up The active programs area enables you to keep track of and quickly toggle between running programs Clicking the icon of a running program opens that program on top of other active programs on the desktop if it was running in the background You can also quickly close a running program by right-clicking its icon in the active programs area and selecting Close from the pop-up menu Figure 1512 shows the active programs area of a taskbar with several applications running
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Notification Area
Looking all the way to the right end of the taskbar, you ll see the area called the notification area by Microsoft, although most techs and users refer to it as the system tray At the least, the notification area displays the current system time The notification area also shows icons for applications and services that are configured to launch automatically at system startup, or for system controls (such as the volume control) to which you want to have quick access Figure 1513 shows a typical Windows XP notification area
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System tray As far as I can discover, Microsoft has always called the notification area just that, but for some reason the industry has always called the area the system tray You won t find the term in Microsoft documentation, but if you refer to the system tray as the notification area as a tech, most people won t have a clue what you re talking about For now, use system tray in conversation, but notification area for exams and for conversing with Microsoft Different systems show different icons in the notification area, depending on how they re configured, but you ll usually see icons for such things as PDA synchronizing software utilities, antivirus software, UPS control and configuration software, as well as currently running processes such as print jobs In fact, many programs aggressively want to launch at startup automatically and install an icon into your notification area to show you they re running and available You can, of course, control this behavior, as described in the next section
Configuring the Taskbar
All versions of Windows make it easy to control how your taskbar and Start menu behave To get to the configuration options, right-click anywhere on the
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taskbar and select Properties from the pop-up menu This opens the Taskbar and Start Menu Properties dialog box (Figure 1514), where you can configure settings such as the size of the icons displayed on the Start menu, and showing or hiding the system clock, as well as advanced settings that control which program icons are listed on the Start menu, what programs reside in the Startup folder (these are launched automatically at system startup), and so on
My Network Places
Systems tied to a network, via either a network cable, modem, or wireless connection, have an icon for My Network Places on the desktop or in the Start menu My Network Places can be thought of as My Computer for the network Use My Network Places to browse shared resources on the local network or on remote networks such as Web sites or File Transfer Protocol (FTP) servers Figure 1515 shows a typical Windows XP My Network Places folder
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