Right click on the taskbar and select Properties from the context menu. As the file name is not easily interpreted, so it’s not easy to identify which automaticDestination-ms file belongs to Jump Lists of which program from the file name itself. User can search for the item name on the Jump List inside the file content though, although there may be quite a few files to check, making the move unrealistic.
However, since all of the files are just recent items in a Jump List, you can delete all the files and it will clear all recent items on all Jump Lists. Click OK and all the data stored for recently opened items will be deleted.
Now when you right-click on any program in the taskbar, no personal data will show up. Note that this is a good way to wipe out all the stored data and start from scratch. To prevent Windows from storing and displaying a list of recent items in the taskbar, you first need to right-click on the taskbar and choose Properties. Now when it comes to removing items in the Jump List, there are a couple of ways to go about it.
When you turn off recent items and frequent places, it will reset and clear them all except any locations you pinned to Quick access and pinned to Jump Lists. Once you complete the steps, Jump Lists on Windows 10 won’t show frequent locations and recent documents for apps. Once you complete the steps, Jump Lists on Windows 10 won’t show frequent locations and recent documents for apps. You can stop recent documents and frequent locations from showing in Jump Lists, and here’s how to do it on Windows 10.
If you are not using the “Browse Web Locations” feature of the “Attach File” menu either, you can also add the classic Attach File button to your Ribbon or Quick Access Toolbar instead. This method doesn’t require you to make any Registry changes. The Recent Items list is being fed from the Recent Items or Quick Access list that Windows maintains and there is hardly a way to control it other than editing the Recent Items or Quick Access folder. Open all files, then hold the shift key and delete key until all of the files you want to delete have been selected.
Firstly, let’s start with removing individual items from the list. An easy way to get rid of one item is to just right-click on the item and choose Remove from this list. If no one else uses your computer, that’s fine, but otherwise it’s like a quick peek into your personal stuff! Obviously, Microsoft created this feature for convenience purposes, so you could easily open a web page you visit very often or file that you had recently worked on. The downloadable .reg files below will modify the DWORD in the msvcp140.dll missing windows 7 registry key below. Your recent items and frequent places are stored in the folder locations below.