Whenever you talk about KDE There is no shortage of the one who argues that he has too many options. It is still true that until the stable version that we have today, some of the options are a bit difficult to understand or are too fragmented, something that we try to correct with the next version.
However, I, who a couple of years ago saw this as a tedious weakness, today I have to admit that once you know KDE thoroughly, being able to customize every detail is a strength. And in this case I bring you a simple trick that more than one may find interesting.
Minimize applications to the system tray
It is very convenient for me to have some applications in the system tray, in this way, when I minimize them, they do not take up space in the list of windows, and with KDE, to make almost any application stay in it. tray, is something that can be achieved very easily by KSysTrayCmd. Let's see the steps to do it.
1. Right click on the start menu of KDE »Edit applications. The KDE Menu Editor will open. For this example we will take Google Chrome, so let's go to where the launcher is located and if you look at the following image, you will see that under the launcher options one of the options (although I have it in English) is Place in the system tray.
From now on when I run Google Chrome, its icon appears in the system tray.
And that's it 😉