Welcome to the Aestan Tray Menu website! On this website, you'll find the latest news and releases of this program.

AeTrayMenu is a small application that you can use to insert a flexible and configurable menu into your Windows system tray, which can be used to control services, run programs etc. Read on...

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This work is dedicated to the Public Domain.

Yours sincerely,
- Onno Broekmans



  Current release: 1.6.2
September 3, 2008
Over the past few years, this tiny little app has found a steadily growing user base. Apparently, the tray menu is actually still useful for applications like WAMP Server. Today, I have uploaded a new version of the tray menu, which includes a feature that many people have apparently been waiting for: the ability to run actions on Startup. This new release also includes some other tiny updates. In the first quarter of 2009, I hope to be able to polish the program, perhaps rewrite it, and publish it on SourceForge. In the meantime, you can find the updated Delphi 2007 source code right here.


What is it?

When a friend requested me to write an imitation of the External link (opens in a new window)Apache Service Monitor, I decided I wanted to write something that would be generally useful and flexible. With Aestan Tray Menu, you can create your own tray menu with access to all sorts of applications, documents and services. AeTrayMenu is open-source.

What does it do?

AeTrayMenu puts a tray icon in your system tray. When you click on it with your left or right mouse button, a popup menu will appear. The menus that appear are fully configurable.


An overview of the most important features of AeTrayMenu:



Who's using it?





Made by Onno Broekmans