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Press_F1 02-22-2004 03:28 AM

Delete "Run" History
How can I delete my "run" history?
is there any utility i can use to erase all my tracks?

Press_F1 02-22-2004 04:13 AM

im a network admin on a small firm, i just dnt want my collegues to mess around using what i type on the run command. i have one pc here that dont record my run command but i dnt know how it happens. well any free utility outhere that i can use?
i dnt want to mess around any of there regidtry evrytime i wan t to delete those commands. anyway, i have here my twekui but i dnt want the to install on there PC for the simple reason that i dnt want them to know what utilities im using to configure their PC. people nowadys are smarter than we think when it comes to Computing.
Thanks for the Info.

Press_F1 02-22-2004 07:58 AM


Originally posted by MicroBell
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Curre ntVersion\Explorer\RunMRU and delete the entries.
Cant find that entry. :amazed:

sunsider 02-22-2004 02:16 PM

try xteq .. it has that functionality you're looking for and more :)

ekÆsine 02-22-2004 03:23 PM

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this is interesting, i was wondering the same question. here's a easier way to clear it with winXP: right-click start button> properties. under "start menu" tab click "customize". under advanced tab click the "clear list" button. click ok on this box, than ok on the last box.

here's a picture:

stan-the-man 02-22-2004 11:12 PM

BG says
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Try this.

anarchy 02-22-2004 11:29 PM

I think he's using XP Stanely....

stan-the-man 02-22-2004 11:43 PM

Yes maybe
But hasn't XP screwed up all i,ve learned in the past ?
I have gone from 3.1 to me.Thats it for me.
I don't have any problems,do you ?

anarchy 02-22-2004 11:45 PM

What do you mean, "we", speak for yourself.

And no not necessarily, XP hasn't screwed it all up. It has it's ups and downs. But what OS doesnt?

stan-the-man 02-23-2004 12:07 AM


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