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TrayStatus shows keyboard status on system tray

TrayStatus is a tiny tool that can show you the status of keyboard on your system’s notification area (system tray). The tool is useful, for instance, if your Notebook or computer keyboard doesn’t have a NumLock or CapsLock indicator or hard drive activity light. The tool shows the following information.

- Num Lock status
- Caps Lock status
- Scroll Lock status
- Hard Drive activity (read or write) with current speed in a tool tip

This information is shown using 4 separate icons (see screenshot). TrayStatus is configurable using the “TrayStatus.ini” file included in the download. Just edit the “TrayStatus.ini” from installation folder to enable/disable features you want to see or hide.

TrayStatus works with Windows 2000, 2003, XP, Vista and Windows 7 and requires the Microsoft .NET Framework v2.0.

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