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31 Oct 2009  

Windows 10 Pro (x64)

As far as I know there is no way other then to clean it out once in a while. Cleaning it out is pretty easy by going into the taskbar properties, start menu tab, then uncheck "Store and display recently opened items...", click apply, recheck option...OK. Clears it all away.

But yeah you don't want it firing off I/O operations, sitting there for a minute waiting for it to display is no fun.
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