Turn off my recent documents option from task bar

in Windows XP

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Turn off my recent documents from task bar

Usually, Recent Work means do a work in recent time. The Recent Documents means work with a Document in recent time. Your Recent Documents option is a important part in your Computer Work.

Many works are done by you in your Computer. You create different types of Documents in your Computer. When you create a Document, that time, that Document will stay in your Recent Documents option.

This Recent Documents option is a sensitive part in your Computer. When, you are doing your work, that time, any one can see which documents are you using or creating right now. He or She may be able to Modify your Recent Documents from Task Bar in your Computer.

Usually, you create many types of Computer Documents for your different works. When you need those Documents, that time, you go to the Recent Documents option to Access your those Recent Work or Job which you did recently from your Computer. That’s why, you do not need to remember where is Saved your Documents Recently in your Computer Harddisk.

Sometimes, you create the Confidential Official Work Documents in your Computer. If, your Office Employee uses your Computer, He or She can see your Recent Work Documents from the Recent Documents option from Task Bar.

Sometimes, you use your very Personal Documents in your Computer such as Girlfriends Picture with a Beautiful Place etc. Usually, people see their Girlfriends Picture in a alone place in the Computer. But, sometimes, your Relatives or Brother or Sister can see your Girlfriend Picture with the help of Recent Documents option from Task Bar in your Computer. That time, your Relatives or Brother or Sister may ask you who is She?

Sometimes, your Elder Brother or Sister can give you the Restrictions to use the Specific Documents for their Personal Safety. But, sometimes, you break the Restrictions of your Elder Brother or Sister Documents in their Computer. They can easily Identify you to which Document did you use by using the Recent Documents option from Task Bar.

Sometimes, your Enemy can use your Computer. They can Access your Computer Confidential Personal Documents. They can use your Confidential Personal Documents to against you. You can fall in a problem.

Sometimes, your Elder Brother or Sister go out from your Home. That time, if you enter to their Computer, that time, they can easily Identify you to which Document did you use by using the Recent Documents option from Task Bar.

Sometimes, you can use the Computer from the Cyber Cafe. After using the Computer, you go to your Home. But, sometimes, any one can do the Inquiry about your Recent Computer Work by using the Recent Documents option from Task Bar. Sometimes, some people Play the Computer Games in the Computer to their Office. But, there are no Rules to Play the Computer Games in the Computer to their Office. Your Office Boss can do the Inquiry about your Official Computer Work. If you Play the Computer Games in the Computer to your Office, that time, your Boss may fire you from your Office.

But, you can turn off my recent documents option from task bar from your Computer. So, no one can not do the Inquiry about your Recent Computer Work by using the Recent Documents option from Task Bar.

How to turn off my recent documents option from task bar

 

Turn off my recent documents from task bar
1. Press “Mouse Right Button” from your Mouse on the “Task Bar” and Click “Properties” (“Windows Task Manager” dialog box will appear) Turn off my recent documents from task bar
2. Under “Start Menu” tab, select the “Start menu” radio Button. Then, click “Customize…”
Turn off my recent documents from task bar
3. Under “Advanced” tab, remove the Tick Mark from “List my most recently opened documents” and Click “OK”

In this way, you can Turn Off the My Recent Documents Option from Task Bar in Windows XP Operating System. If you like the post, Please leave a comment

 
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