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[Windows 7] Windows 7 Sticky Notes taskbar icon hider

Sticky Notes in Windows 7 is a handy utility for home and office users alike. You can note down something like important phone numbers, dates of special occasions, etc and keep it as reminder.

However, every time you start the Sticky Notes program its icon is visible on the taskbar and sits there until you close the program.

If you don’t like this always on the taskbar, you can simply hide this without closing the Sticky Notes.

In order to do that here is a little program called Sticky Notes Taskbar Hider. This tool allows you to show, hide and bring back the Sticky Notes from the taskbar easily from hotkeys, or via the system tray icon.

You can assign your shortcut keys from settings menu. Sticky Notes Taskbar Hider is clean (checked with Nod 32 version 4, check it with your own) and can be downloaded from here. [via]

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