If you find Windows’ Documents list useful but would like to clear the contents every now and then, you can use the following simple tweak to the Registry to have the list wiped out every time you exit Windows.
(Once again, if you are not used to Registry editing, you can find out all about it at www.WE-Compute.com/registry.html.)
Open the Registry Editor and head to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\ Microsoft\Windows\Current Version\Policies\Explorer. Click Edit and New DWORD value.
Right-click the value and select Rename. Type ClearRecentDocsOnExit and press Enter. Double-click the new value and set the value data to 1 (that’s the numeral one). Exit the Registry and restart the computer.
Windows will now clear the Documents list whenever you restart or turn off your PC.
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