Oct 11 2007

Delete Your Recently Viewed Items In Vista

warning 2 In Windows Vista all your Recently viewed documents and programs are visible from the Start menu > Recent Items. You may like the convenience of having the most recently opened files at the ready, but if you share your computer with others or if its in a public place you may not want others to see what you’ve been up to. Here’s how to turn that feature off if you like.

  1. Right click on the taskbar and select Properties.
  2. Click on the Start Menu tab.
  3. Uncheck Store and display a list of recently opened files.
  4. Uncheck Store and display a list of recently opened programs.
  5. Click OK and you’re done.

Now you won’t have to worry about anyone seeing what you Recently opened.

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Before. Viewing your Recent Items.

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1. Right click on the taskbar and select Properties.

2. Click on the Start Menu tab.

3. Uncheck Store and display a list of recently opened files.

4. Uncheck Store and display a list of recently opened programs.

Click OK and you’re done.

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Now you won’t have to worry about anyone seeing what you Recently opened.

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