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Windows 7: How do you get rid of the start menu "tasks" option when hovering?

06 Jun 2013   #11
Brink

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You're most welcome Eddie. I'm glad that will work for you.


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06 Jun 2013   #12
CZ Eddie

Win7Ux64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Bongo View Post
Good to hear you got it sorted out.
I don't know if you seen it but you might want to look at Brink's post above.
How do you get rid of the start menu "tasks" option when hovering?

Jerry
When I first looked at his thread link, it looked like it would only remove items from inside the jump list. And not remove the jump list itself.

You prompted me to look at the link again, and I went ahead and ran the batch file listed in it. AND IT REMOVED MY JUMP LISTS!

Hopefully they don't come back in a few days. The webpage wasn't clear about that.

EDIT: Yeah, Chrome has a jump list again now after opening it. I don't think this particular solution will be a permanent one.
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06 Jun 2013   #13
CZ Eddie

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I "added to reputation" for everyone btw. Thanks again guys!
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16 Jun 2014   #14
CZ Eddie

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Can you believe it was as easy as de-selecting this option. lol
Right click the start button | properties | start menu | customize | de-select "open submenus".


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