Delete Recent Items from Jumplist [Windows 7]

Windows 7 OS came bundled with many new features: some welcome, some necessary, some (somewhat) etc irritants. Jumplist is such a feature (ie new) but which benefit from a more specifically, it is a time and welcome, and necessary and irritating. For example, if you own PC that no one has access (except you, of course), then Jumplist not how to become irritating and even might be helpful to you if you want to reopen some recently used files, Looking through folders nemaitrebuind them and thus saving time.

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Also, if you use a PC that has more people (family, colleagues, etc.) but you limit yourself to opening files that do not raise suspicions or know how to cover your back, you can ignore the Jumplist without any problems. But when your privacy is threatened, and some files that you have hidden from the eyes of others through some hidden whips of hard drive (Or CDs/external drives), But they frequently open, Jumplist leave footprints in your application (or applications ...) used for opening them ... well, this could be extremely irritating, and so on Jumplist black ball.

The only solution in this situation is to periodically delete the items compromising the Jumplist, preferably every time you go in front of the computer.

Depending on your preference, you can choose to just delete some item s (Preferably not be very many, because each one must be deleted)

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or you can delete all items from Jumplist (Easier and safer) to folder browsing % APPDATA% \ Microsoft \Windows\ Recent \ AutomaticDestinations (Copy / paste in Windows Explorer).

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You can also delete Recently Items from Jumplist giving the following command in Command Prompt (Run as Administrator):

del% appdata% \ microsoft \ windows \ recent \ automaticdestinations \ *

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Jumplist defeated! : P

Delete Recent Items from Jumplist [Windows 7]

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