Toolbars - Menu Bar
Shows or hides the Menu bar. You may find it useful to hide the Menu bar when you want to reduce the Xshell window as small as possible. When the Menu bar is hidden, you can find all the menu items at the system menu on the title bar.Toolbars - Standard Buttons
Shows or hides the standard buttons.Toolbars - Address Bar
Shows or hides the Address bar.Toolbars - Links
Shows or hides the Links bar.Toolbars - Font Bar
Shows or hides the Font bar.Toolbars - Quick Commands
Shows or hides the Quick Commands toolbar.Toolbar - Lock the toolbars
Locks or unlocks toolbar from changing position.Toolbars - Customize
Cutomize the Standard Buttons toolbar.Scroll Bar
Shows or hides the Scroll bar. Even the Scroll bar is hidden, you can use the mouse wheel or the keyboard shortcut keys to scroll up and down.Status Bar
Shows or hides the Status bar.Session Tab
Shows or hides the Session tab.Session Bar
Shows or hides the Session bar.Compose Bar
Shows or hides the Compose bar.Tunneling Bar
Shows or hides the Tunneling bar.Layout
Changes or adds/removes layouts in Xshell.
Switches to the default layout.
Shows all available layouts stored in a system. When a layout is selected, apperance of Xshell is switched as it is defined in the selected layout.
Saves the current layout under a new name.
Opens the Manage Layout dialog box.
Apply transparent effect to Xshell.Always on Top
Keeps the Xshell window on top of other windows on the screen.Full Screen
Changes to Full Screen view.Go to System Tray
Moves Xshell to the system tray.