Thursday, October 15, 2009

Tray Cleaner 1.0

Click Here for Tray Cleaner version 2.0 

Tray cleaner is a small and portable tool to clean your System Tray (notification area) from past items (even if you don't see them).
The tool is very simple to use, just one click to clean, if there are no past items, Tray cleaner will inform you and the Clear button will be disabled.

Freeware by LeeLu Soft 2009










Download XP version (single file, no install) 390kb:
Mirror (mediafire.com):

Download Vista & Win 7 version (single file, no install)391kb:



For people who have a trojan alret on this product please Download Uncompressed version:

Mirror (mediafire.com):
http://www.mediafire.com/file/jm4lynmmjmk/traycXP.zip

21 comments:

Anonymous said...

Avira antivir detects a trojan ...?

Zvika said...

I don't know why, my software is clean !

Anonymous said...

Doesn't remove ALL past entries. When I ran it, it failed to remove 2 notifications for software that no longer exists on my system.

Zvika said...

Maybe they are reloaded from one of the auto runs locations. like HKLM Run or HKCU Run etc.
This software doesn't clean the startup auto runs

Terry said...

Update for the missing right buttons:

Works fine, can see all buttons, but on a notebook screen it is quite difficult to read but I can still make out the text with difficulty.

Anonymous said...

Yes, it seams that you have a trojan in there:
http://www.virustotal.com/analisis/4af7e3d131f3de798c87f8f03f00a9e40863f338661dba004121b3ba71729d05-1258448958

Zvika said...

This is just a typical AV software hysterical bullshit , I can publish my source code if needed !
I'm Using AVG free and it is also claiming that trayC7.exe have a trojan, this app is so simple, just a few lines of code, I will supply the source to everyone that will ask for it

Zvika said...

Here is a link to Softpedia Secutiy check for tray cleaner, as you can see it is 100% clean, no virus, no trojans, no spyware or adware:
http://www.softpedia.com/progClean/Tray-Cleaner-Clean-141598.html

Mik said...

Just tried it on Win XP Home SP2, and though, I have 88 Past Items listed, the Tray Cleaner states there's nothing to clear.
Does it require a restart, maybe?

Anonymous said...

The "John Smith" post appears to be a bit of spam. The website comes up on my PC on "Web Of Trust" as suspect scareware or used for downloading rogue software.

The Seer Within said...

>Trojan-PSW.Win32.Agent.obs/High Risk is what my Zone Alarm AV tells me...if this is a false positive I suggest you get to the bottom of it, friend. no "bullshit", just advice. best of luck

Zvika said...

Hi all, all my published software is compressed with UPX to reach a small executables files, some of the AV products identifies it as a trojan, I will add a link for the uncompressed version, any way, the software is clean !

w8sdz said...
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Zvika said...

The link for a non-compressed version is there:
http://www.mediafire.com/file/jergymdw23i/TrayC7NoCompress.zip

w8sdz said...

Thank you, Zvika. After I posted I noticed the link you added near the top of the page. Sorry I overlooked it. Thanks for your efforts! -- Keith

w8sdz said...

Zvika, sorry to bother you again but I need the uncompressed XP version, not the Vista/Win7 version of Tray Cleaner.

Zvika said...

It is not a bother at all, there it is:

http://www.mediafire.com/file/2x2mtmu2zy3/TrayCUnCompressed.zip

Zvika

Anonymous said...

un saluto a tutti ,per tutti coloro che hanno installato tray cleaner ,posso assicurare che non c'e' nessun virus trojan, la rivista di pc world parla di questo programma ,e' assicura che un falso allarme , percio' potete stare tranquilli ,forse potete dare una occhiata sul sito ufficiale ,perche' pare che ci sia una versione senza installare ,che puo' riaggirare il problema . spero di essere stato d'aiuto ,un saluto maik48

PinchIt said...

Norton has zipped file containing a Trojan.
Norton has uncompressed file containing a key logger.

This will scare potential users off from this software.....

Zvika said...

As I wrote before, this is a very simple code that is deleting a registry key, I can't change AV Products or vendors.
The code is safe and simple.

TA said...

Worked perfectly with Win 7 and ESET Smart Security. Deleted multiple unused system tray icons.