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I installed a new hard drive and installed XP Home and Tweakui on it.

I would have swore that Tweakui had the option to clear the run history.

But it's not in there...:confused:

Does anyone know where this option is........:upset:
 

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I don't have access to my comp, cuz i'm at work again, but I'm pretty sure it's under the security tab ( you know where you can block just about everything) and under the advanced button.... sorry but this is coming from memory of a program I have touched in over 4 months( i think) :) If nobody else answers it,, I'll help ya out when I get home.
 
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Thanks Valiant2003.....:winkgrin:

I'll be around....:D
 

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okay... then try the properties of the toolbar then... i think i remember seeing something like that in there too. it should be in the same place where youy can choose what kind of menubar(classic or XP)
 
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Found it Ta Da....:D

In Tweakui under Explorer you need to check the clear document history on exit, This clears the recent documents history, Run dialog history and typed URL history when you log off....:winkgrin:
 

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Does anyone know where the history files are saved in winxp?
In win98 they were in c:windows\history. Where are there in xp I need to set my dont panic dont get rid of that crap.
 
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Enable show hidden folders and do a search and they will be there....:D
 

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damn hidden folders!!!!!! where in the C:windows? I am at work on Win98 right now
 

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I don't think it's in C:\windows... its in the documents and settings folder.... make sure to check the standard one if you have only 1 user, plus most of the good stuff is in the hidden user folder in there... I'm on a win2k otherwise i'd give you a real path
 
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c:\documents and settings\your name\local settings...:winkgrin:
 
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