Place shortcuts in system tray; organize shortcuts in pop up menus; expand folder shortcuts into
cascaded menus. This is a very compact utility to explore your computer from the system tray.
This version of TrayMenu subclasses the system tray clock window to display icons, so it cannot be
used together with other programs that also subclass the system tray clock window.
Starting from version 2.0.1, TrayMenu is free software,
so you can download the source code package here. To compile the source code (written in C++),
you should have Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 or higher (Express versions are supported, though you will not be able to visually
edit resource files). It should be portable to Borland C++ as well, but some minor work will no doubt be required as I have not
maintained Ke's original build files.
This version includes the "beta" TMSBar component which was introduced in v2.0.2 build 3513. Unfortunately, no one seems
to have saved the source code for this version before Ke's site went offline. I have recovered it through use of
professional reverse engineering tools and my considerable experience in reversing gained through other projects such as
Chocolate Strife. I will be maintaining a new fork of the codebase, probably under a new name starting with v2.0.3, which
is currently in progress.