When GPU-Z is minimized to the notification area (what used to be named system tray prior to Windows 7), and you mouse over the minimized GPU-Z icon, it only displays the static information containing "TechPowerUp GPU-Z", followed by the software version # (e.g. - "TechPowerUp GPU-Z 0.6.6"). While this is informative, it is probably already known to the user. More useful information could be displayed when doing a mouse over the minimized icon in the notification area. At a minimum, displaying GPU Load, for example. GPU-Z displays more or less information in it's normal Sensors tab, dependent on the Graphics Card being monitored. I think it could be a useful enhancement, so you don't always have to obscure a reasonable chunk of the display window just to quickly check some Sensor readings. An example of a program that does this is the Smart RAM Utility, which is part of Advanced System Care. When it is minimized in the notification area (system tray), and one does a mouse over, it for example displays "Smart RAM, RAM free 35% (1402 MB), CPU free 71%" [in this example the comma's represent newlines, hence 3 lines displayed]. I would definitely find it a useful feature.