|25 Jan 2009||#4|
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I don't know if there is a way to clear them, as you wish, but you can prevent them starting.
Right click the Start orb and select properties.
You can untick both items under the Start Menu tab, if that suits.
Now, if you scroll down, there are a couple of options there to make your menu cleaner.
1. Default Programs
2. Highlite newly installed programs
3. Recent items
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