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i'm currently working on an alternate shell program that will replace the current explorer.exe shell for my cybercafe.. it has a very limited user-interface to only run applications like google chrome, internet explorer etc... and games...

however i need to show currently running applications in system tray as startmenu wont be available if i change the entire windows shell...

pls note i dont want my application to minimize into system tray.. instead i'm looking to replicate the whole system tray inside my application(which will show volume icon, network icon, and all other programs running in system tray e.g. STEAM.

i have a fairly gud knowledge about c# using vs2013. however i'm fairly new to wpf..

i little help would be highly appriciated. :D
Sinisa Hajnal 7-Nov-14 3:33am    
What have you done until now? You should ask specific question focused on particular problem. This is too broad.
Member 11047911 7-Nov-14 12:47pm    
no i haven't tried anything till now. As i said i'm fairly new to wpf i have no idea how to do that. so i was expecting a little guidance towards the same... i've searched the internet without any success...
[no name] 9-Nov-14 9:48am    
You would need to use Windows API - you can search for this. You can also see some youtube examples of how to display the start menu inside a form using Windows API.

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