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Caps Lock, Num Lock, Scroll Lock, and more in your Tray

TrayStatus shows you the status of keyboard keys like Caps Lock, Num Lock, Scroll Lock, Alt, Ctrl, and more, right in your system tray.

TrayStatus: Caps Lock, Num Lock, Scroll Lock, and more in your Tray

Show Key Status

Show Key StatusShow the status of the Caps Lock, Num Lock, Scroll Lock, Kana, Alt, Ctrl, Shift and Win keys in your system tray.

Performance Status Indicators

Performance Status IndicatorsShow CPU, memory, or hard drive activity, or use performance counters to monitor things like disk queue length, network activity, IIS requests and much more.

Notifications

NotificationsPlay a sound or show a tray notification when a key is toggled.

Toggle Keys

Toggle KeysDouble-click a Status Indicator to toggle that key's lock status.

Icon Themes

Icon ThemesUse the built-in light or dark icon themes, or create your own custom icon themes to suit your style.

Languages

LanguagesTrayStatus is translated into many different languages for easier use.
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What Our Customers are Saying

"I've been using the free version of TrayStatus for a while now and found it very useful. My laptop doesn't have an indicator for drive activity, plus it's great for Windows tablets so I went ahead and bought the pro version. Good job... excellent software, great price."
-- Roger Hammonds, Dec 2016

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