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Is there a way to remove the list of commands that have been entered in the run dialog box in the start menu?

Thanx, Leon
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by:sgenther
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Yep,these are stored under the registry key HKEY_CURRECT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\RunMRU
Make sure your comfortable using regedit before deleteing these entries.
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sorry,typo, should be HKEY_CURRENT_USER
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by:lbbrooks
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Thanks a lot  : )
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by:paulof
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You can also right mouse on IE -> Properties and clear history. Only downfall is that it will also clear up the history list on IE.



/Paulo
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by:sgenther
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lbbrooks, If my comment resolved your issue, please grade and select my comment as answer to close out the question. Good luck! :)
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by:lbbrooks
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Sorry, I thought I did grade it - will do again.
Thank you
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