Description from the Publisher
Tray Folder is a launcher. Start the program and an icon will appear in your tray displaying the date. Right-click on the tray icon to open your tray folder or to use the program's other features. Put anything in your tray folder you want... shortcuts, files, or other folders. Use it for a directory, if you like, and put several other folders in your tray folder. Or, use it for a second desktop and put shortcuts in your tray folder. No Bells. No whistles. No dancing bears trying to sell you something that you do not want or need. But, it is an excellent launcher of programs, files, and folders of your choosing and it has plenty of extras. One extra gives you the ability to hide files, or folders, in your tray folder behind a Recycle Bin. There is also a 'Titlebar Time' feature which you can use to have the day of the week, the date, and the time displayed, in various formats, in the active window's titlebar. Other features include secure deletions, encryption, and an easy to use backup procedure.
Your personal tray folder will adopt the name of the profile under which it was created. For instance, my tray folder's name is- John's Tray Folder. Your tray folder will be located under your profile name on the hard drive. You have the option to auto start Tray Folder when windows starts.
No splash screen, no advertisements, no spy ware, or ad-ware.