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Since the system tray is defined in the actual operating system, I do not think it is possible to 'replace' it. Perhaps configure the settings to hide the entire task bar, and then have one of your own implemented..

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just paying for that application (or getting rid of it...) would of course be both easier, cheaper, and more likely to succeed.

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