Stop Others To Know Which Folders and Files You Opened By Deleting Windows Explorer History

If you are using Windows for a long time then you must be knowing that Windows saves all the history related to the folders and files which were accessed and that is the reason that whenever you try to type a path on system on that address bar then you will huge list of suggestion this is based on the history of files and folder accessed by you. So if you have got a huge list in that history and you wish to delete them then I have got a very nice trick for you, its is too simple to perform but it is little bit hard to get noticed.

Before starting with the tutorial let me make it clear to you that this trick will not help you delete the Internet Browsing history or Recent Places history, these are different from the history which has been discussed above. Just go on performing the steps mentioned below and then you will be able to achieve the desired solution.

  • Open your Windows Explorer and then right click on the address on the bar, which will display the menu mentioned below in the snapshot. Just click the option named as Delete History which has been highlighted in the snapshot and then all the history will be cleared.


  • You can check it by taking a look a the drop down menu which was full of the history of the paths (which were accessed and saved in history) and now it will be blank, as ‘delete history’ has deleted the all the histories mentioned in that box.


Thats it, just a right click and then a left click, problem solved!!! So, go on sharing this piece of information with your friends and then please let us know about your own views and suggestion or if you have got anything new related to this post then just put them down in the comments sections and we will be glad to share it with all the readers on your behalf (if we found it genuine and useful). I am sure that this will really help you to work intelligently on internet. So, keep reading and surfing!!!

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