Jumplists are a great feature of Windows 7 and can save you a lot of time, but what if you want to get rid of the history associated with jumplists. While you can open a jumplist (drag any icon on the taskbar upward) and right click on any single history item to delete it, what if you want to delete them all? As Windows7News.com shows us, there’s a way to do it but it isn’t the most discoverable trick in Win7.
The directory that stores jumplist history can be found by going to
You can do this by pasting that address into Windows Explorer or just hitting Start and pasting it into the search box+Enter. In this path you can select and delete, or just preface the address above with “del ” followed by “*” to delete all.