How to customize and upgrade the system tray icons in Windows 10

In the notification zone, Windows 10 quickly removes multiple icons to clear the area on your taskbar. Select the up arrow to the left of your notification area icons to display all your notifications in the system tray.

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You have this option in Windows 10 to adjust quickly whether an icon will show on your taskbar or system tray. In this article, we will guide you through the whole procedure to customize and upgrade the system tray icons in Windows 10.

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Customize and upgrade the system tray icons in Windows 10

To customize and upgrade the system tray icons in Windows 10, follow this procedure step by step:

Click the Search button. Type Settings in the search bar and choose the Settings option as the following image is showing:

As you will select the Settings option, Windows Settings will appear like this:

Now select the Personalization option from Windows Settings as highlighted in the above screen. As soon as you will select the Personalization option, the following screen will appear:

As you can see that the screen is divided into two parts. Select the Taskbar option from the left side of the screen as highlighted in the above image. After selecting the Taskbar option, scroll down the screen and the following option will display:

Now click the option named Select which icons appear on the taskbar under Notification area. As soon as you will select the mentioned option, the following screen will appear:

Now there are two options. If you want to show all the icons in the notification area, turn on the toggle button named Always show all icons in the notification area. If you want some specific icons to be displayed, turn on the specific toggle button. Only those icons will appear in the notification area which are on.

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Conclusion

By following this procedure you will be able to customize and upgrade the system tray icons on Windows 10.