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Windows 10, Jump List is a feature available across the taskbar, Start menu, and Quick Access in File Explorer, which allows you to quickly jump to recent documents, frequent folder locations (including websites in a browser), and some apps even include quick actions to perform specific tasks.
Although Jump Lists can be useful, they can be a privacy concern for some users as the list can quickly reveal recent activities and locations to anyone who right-clicks a particular app on your account. However, like pretty much with any feature on Windows 10, you can disable this option to prevent apps from showing recent items and frequent places in Jump Lists using the Settings app, Group Policy, and Registry.
In this Windows 10 guide, we’ll walk you through the different ways that you can disable “Recent Items” and “Frequent Places” in Jump Lists for the Start menu, taskbar, and File Explorer.
How to disable recent Jump Lists items using Settings
To disable recent documents and locations from Jump Lists, use these steps:
01. Open Settings.
02. Click on Personalization.
03. Click on Start.
04. Turn off the Show recently opened items in Jump Lists on Start or the taskbar and in File Explorer Quick Access toggle switch.
Once you complete the steps, the Jump Lists through Windows 10 will no longer list recent documents, folder locations, and links for apps.
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