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I ran into some problems with APC's UPS software, so I uninstalled it from my Windows 7 32-bit system. However, a reference to the apcsystray app is still showing up in the taskbar notification configuration page. It's not a big deal, but since I cleaned everything having to do with apc out of the registry I'm curious why the reference is still there. Is there a way to look up what executable is associated with a notification area icon?

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You could try: Start>run type msconfig go to the startup tab and then click "show all publishers/vendors" look for a startup app from "apc" and disable it from starting.

That should also show you the path of the exe.

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