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I have a particular setup where a specific program installed gets minimized to the notification area. I would like this to always be visible (along with several others). Regardless of whether I hide notifcations for certain programs, the system chooses not display a particular one unless I click on the double chevron up arrow. Is there a way to just force the tray area to larger size?

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You can tick the checkbox Always show all icons and notifications on the taskbar to show them all, and as far as I know it doesn't have a maximum size (if it doesn't fit however, make the taskbar bigger in height to fit more icons).

The checkbox can be found by clicking on the double chevron up arrow > Customize > at the bottom of the window

OR

Start > Control Panel > Notification Area Icons

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