I am looking for an RSS reader that I can run minimized in my notifications task bar and that will post a notification whenever there is an update to one of the feeds.
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The Notifier is a small popup that displays the headlines of incoming news even when RSSOwl is minimized. You can mark news entries as sticky from the Notifier to remember reading the full content of the entry at a later time.
Feed Notifier is a Windows application that resides in the system tray and displays pop-up notifications on your desktop when new items arrive in your subscribed RSS or Atom feeds. By default, the pop-ups look like this…
If you're using Windows 10 (which I highly suggest), check out Smart RSS Reader for Windows 10:
You don't even need to run it at all. It will automatically check for new feeds, and will send Windows toast notifications as soon as a new one arrives. You could also pin it to the Start menu and see the latest feeds via Live Tiles.
P.S. I'm a developer of this project