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Windows 7 : Increasing the Size of the Recent Documents List

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Clicking Recent Items displays a list of the 15 documents you worked on most recently. If you find that a document you need often doesn’t appear on this list, even though you did use it recently, it’s likely that 15 documents isn’t enough for you. In that case, you can use a group policy to configure Windows 7 to display a higher number of recent documents

Here are the steps to follow to customize the size of the Recent Items list:

1.
Open the Local Group Policy Editor window, as described earlier in this chapter.

2.
Navigate to the User Configuration, Administrative Templates, Windows Components, Windows Explorer branch.

3.
Double-click the Maximum Number of Recent Documents policy.

4.
Click Enabled.

5.
Use the Maximum Number of Recent Documents spin box to specify the number of documents you want Windows 7 to display.

6.
Click OK.

Note

You can specify a value between 1 and 9,999 (!) in the Maximum Number of Recent Documents spin box. If you specify more documents than can fit vertically on your screen, Windows 7 adds scroll buttons to the top and bottom of the My Recent Documents list.

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