Tray Icon link for shortcut


  1. Posts : 2
    Windows 10 x64
       #1

    Tray Icon link for shortcut


    Hi, everyone

    This little one want to ask some weird questions.

    Just as the thread say, yes i know it's weird to have this question, but i really need it

    so for anyone who know what the link of all of this tray icon list

    -battery
    -wifi
    -sound
    -date
    -notification

    please if you know kindly answer it

    i need it because i want to replace Windows 10 tray icon with mine, well to be exact just overlay on top of it,

    Thanks in Advance

    Edit:
    this what i use to Access wifi in Windows 7

    Code:
    C:\Windows\explorer.exe shell:::{20D04FE0-3AEA-1069-A2D8-08002B30309D}\::{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD-08002B30309D}\::{38A98528-6CBF-4CA9-8DC0-B1E1D10F7B1B}
    Last edited by PinDev; 04 Sep 2016 at 09:39. Reason: Add windows 7 example
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  2. Posts : 15
    Windows 10/OS X 10.11 ADP
       #2

    Tray Icons are only stored in files for non-windows applications. Built in applications would be stored either in a DLL or in the actual Explorer Binary.

    Use Microsoft Process Monitor to track Explorer, then close and restart it, pull your battery out and plug it back in about 10 seconds after it's already loaded. If the battery icon and all it's animations are loaded into memory with Explorer (likely) and are separate, you'll see the file being accessed as Explorer starts. If the files are loaded when requested by the system, you'll see the icon file pop up as you change battery state. If the file is buried inside Explorer or a DLL you will need a resource editor like ResEdit to get at it.

    If it's encrypted (likely as the lack of google hits indicates) then you will need a Microsoft buddy.
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  3. Posts : 2
    Windows 10 x64
    Thread Starter
       #3

    StarEmpire said:
    Tray Icons are only stored in files for non-windows applications. Built in applications would be stored either in a DLL or in the actual Explorer Binary.

    Use Microsoft Process Monitor to track Explorer, then close and restart it, pull your battery out and plug it back in about 10 seconds after it's already loaded. If the battery icon and all it's animations are loaded into memory with Explorer (likely) and are separate, you'll see the file being accessed as Explorer starts. If the files are loaded when requested by the system, you'll see the icon file pop up as you change battery state. If the file is buried inside Explorer or a DLL you will need a resource editor like ResEdit to get at it.

    If it's encrypted (likely as the lack of google hits indicates) then you will need a Microsoft buddy.
    Well thanks for the answer but it's unlikely i'll get the link

    back in window 7 i use this link to open wifi

    Code:
    C:\Windows\explorer.exe shell:::{20D04FE0-3AEA-1069-A2D8-08002B30309D}\::{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD-08002B30309D}\::{38A98528-6CBF-4CA9-8DC0-B1E1D10F7B1B}
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