Windows 7 Jumplists - How to delete?

Windows 7 Jumplists, save you a lot of time, but if you want to get rid of the history associated with jumplists; you can open a jumplist (drag any icon on the taskbar upward) and right click on any single history item to delete it. But, what if you want to delete them all? There's […]

Windows 7 Jumplists, save you a lot of time, but if you want to get rid of the history associated with jumplists; you can open a jumplist (drag any icon on the taskbar upward) and right click on any single history item to delete it. But, what if you want to delete them all? There's a way to do it; The directory that stores jumplist history can be found: %APPDATA%\Microsoft\Windows\Recent\AutomaticDestinations\ . You can do this by pasting the previous address into Windows Explorer or just hitting Start and pasting it into the search box+Enter. In this path you can select and delete, or just preface the address above with "del " followed by "*" to delete all.

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