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Do I need Systray.exe?

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I have just installed win95 It all seems to be working well, but I got a list of files not installed Systray.exe was one of them. The others related to modems not conected etc.

Do I need this file?
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systay.exe is your system tray i.e. bottom right hand corner where your clock is.
Without it you wouldn't see your clock and if you have virus programs they generally load up there.
So really this is very important.

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