I'm running XP and in the taskbar BEHIND the clock (in the lower right) is a one-pixel grey dot!
I clicked "Toolbar Properties" and removed the clock so I could have a closer look.
It is a one-pixel grey dot, and I want to get rid of it.
I'm assuming that instead of a full-sized icon (like all my other applications in the taskbar (or "system tray" as some call it), the Application's Developer chose to make it a one-pixel gray dot to make it "inconspicuous," which is what concerns me!
1.) How do I find out what the icon is for?
2.) Is there a "scientific" way to find a "list" somewhere of all of the shortcuts are in my taskbar (so I can browse the list and locate the Mystery Application). Maybe there's some list somewhere in my registry of what applications are in the task bar. Maybe not, I don't know.
Of course, my first reaction was to try Clicking on it -- but nothing happens. The dot is too small. I spent an hour trying to position my mouse cursor on the dot, but could not click on it.
What is this grey dot in my taskbar system tray?
Edited by hamluis, 15 November 2014 - 12:38 PM.
Moved from XP to External Hardware - Hamluis.