Getting Started


Click below to download and install LumoTray from the Microsoft Store

Or visit the LumoTray page at the Microsoft Store

First Run

When launching for the first time, you will see a welcome screen where you can:

  • Select light/dark mode (default is auto-detected from Windows)

  • Set it to run on Windows startup (default is on)


After clicking the Continue button you should get a windows notification indicating that LumoTray is now running.


The welcome screen and the first notification is shown only once after installation. LumoTray starts silently on subsequent launches.

Right click the icon to access the context menu.

By default, the wallpaper and fullscreen features are disabled on all displays after installation.
Attempting to start a fullscreen mode by using the context menu option or by double-clicking the tray icon (which by default, toggles all fullscreen modes) will display a Windows notification letting you know that all fullscreen modes are disabled.
The custom menu comes pre-filled with an example folder and some example shortcuts to some native Windows apps (task manager, calculator and command prompt)
You can always access the menu through the context menu option “Menu”. Left-clicking the tray icon will also show the menu by default.


Because LumoTray allows you to use and customize both single-click and double-clicking on the tray icon, the single click action will only fire after a small delay needed to distinguish between them.

At this point you should go into the Settings menu and configure LumoTray to your liking.

Icon Missing

If you can’t find the icon, Windows has most likely hidden it from view and you’ll have to click the up caret button to see it.


For an easier experience, you can drag the icon directly to a visible part of the notification area to keep it visible.