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AWC Registry Fix Deletes "My Recent Documents"


BocaDave

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(Please excuse this if its a duplicate of a posting I made a moment ago - the original posting apparently "disappeared" when I ran spell check, and may not have been saved/posted).

 

AWC has been deleting the contents of "My Recent Documents" from MS Windows XP's "Start" menu whenever I run AWC.

 

This occurrs even when I don't check "Privacy Sweep." In fact, it appears that the "Registry Fix" function causes it.

 

Should this be happening?

 

Is there any way I can continue to use AWC and yet retain "My Recent Documents?"

 

Interestingly, similar functions are NOT erased in Internet Explorer (the history remains), in MS Word and MS EXCEL.

 

I love AWC, and feel almost guilty reporting what I percieve as a glitch.

 

Thanks,

 

Boca Dave

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Go into "Details" in "Privacy sweep" and configure it!

Or have you tried that?

 

Cheers

 

 

(Please excuse this if its a duplicate of a posting I made a moment ago - the original posting apparently "disappeared" when I ran spell check, and may not have been saved/posted).

 

AWC has been deleting the contents of "My Recent Documents" from MS Windows XP's "Start" menu whenever I run AWC.

 

This occurrs even when I don't check "Privacy Sweep." In fact, it appears that the "Registry Fix" function causes it.

 

Should this be happening?

 

Is there any way I can continue to use AWC and yet retain "My Recent Documents?"

 

Interestingly, similar functions are NOT erased in Internet Explorer (the history remains), in MS Word and MS EXCEL.

 

I love AWC, and feel almost guilty reporting what I percieve as a glitch.

 

Thanks,

 

Boca Dave

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