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hello all is there a way of disabling the history of the programs in the start menu, ie if you go to start and say nero burning rom it wlll show you a recent list of burned files this is what i want t…
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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
hello all is there a way of disabling the history of the programs in the start menu, ie if you go to start and say nero burning rom it wlll show you a recent list of burned files this is what i want to disable!
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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
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I believe you are referring to the Documents History. If you right click the Start Menu, then select Properties and click Start Menu tab you will see a couple of options. Uncheck the option to Store and display recently opened items.
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ElliottC
I believe you are referring to the Documents History. If you right click the Start Menu, then select Properties and click Start Menu tab you will see a couple of options. Uncheck the option to Store and display recently opened items.


thats actually done it (i think)

i have done it before but had to start a new installation and forgot how to do it!

thank you rep left!
#3
dcx_badass
No they weren't refering to document history, they were refering to the software history like they said.


Document History was being referred to. A list of burned files was referenced via the search bar. In my book, they are documents, not installed software. I was not too sure myself, hence the statement "I believe you are referring to the Documents History".
#4
What you wanna hide???
#5
Porn from the wife girlfriend or mum and dad depending on the age of the op probably lol
#6
dcx_badass
No they weren't refering to document history, they were refering to the software history like they said.


ElliottC
Document History was being referred to. A list of burned files was referenced via the search bar. In my book, they are documents, not installed software. I was not too sure myself, hence the statement "I believe you are referring to the Documents History".


pwned!
#7
dcx_badass
Not really at all.


No, really...

...you were.
#8
TheJamesS
Porn from the wife girlfriend or mum and dad depending on the age of the op probably lol


heh, not really it just saves me having to use ccleaner, why create needless information for windows to collect and clog up your os :thumbsup:
banned#9
kronas;8568299
heh, not really it just saves me having to use ccleaner, why create needless information for windows to collect and clog up your os :thumbsup:

hardly a system hog though. I find it extremely useful personally.
#10
csiman
hardly a system hog though. I find it extremely useful personally.


i didnt mean that it is a system hog but its information which collects within windows so thus the os has to store more information, similar to your internet history which sometimes requires a clean out!

i dont personally need it though.

system tweaking is essential to a smoother running os imo i suffer far less problems when making adjustments such as disabling of the indexing service, disabling thumbnail preview not to mention speeding up the interface of windows even though i have a multi core processor!
banned#11
kronas;8571046
i didnt mean that it is a system hog but its information which collects within windows so thus the os has to store more information, similar to your internet history which sometimes requires a clean out!

i dont personally need it though.

system tweaking is essential to a smoother running os imo i suffer far less problems when making adjustments such as disabling of the indexing service, disabling thumbnail preview not to mention speeding up the interface of windows even though i have a multi core processor!

cant really compare to internet history as it only stores the last 10 per software utility. It would have practically zero effect on performance.

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