How can you remove an unwanted icon in your windows XP systemtray When you right-clicked on the icon 2 webpages will be opened?
It sounds like you have an adware problem. You can download free removal programs to remove them and they usually work great. I use a-squared Free and it always finds new stuff on my computer. You can download it from filehippo.com. I'll put the link below. Icon is not an acronym but you can stands it for many purpose. International Computer Network. International Congress for Nuclear.
Software can be downloaded to a computer in a couple of ways. First, it is important to know if the software is reputable and safe. One should never download unverified software. Once verified, a user can simply click on an icon for download or install using a DVD and follow the prompts based on one's preferences. Most software has recommended settings for those who are unsure about the specific settings.
It can be found in the Control Panel. You want the selection called "Audio Devices and Sound" which in Windows 7 can be found under "Hardware and Sound" in here I believe you can set the volume. More importantly, there should be a checkbox to show the icon in your system tray. It may be in an "Advanced" tab, I'm not sure. You'll need to look around a little bit. If it is unchecked when…