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Advanced Recent Access

Quickly View and Open Recent Files

$59.99
v13.0 for PC  Download Trial
Platforms: Windows XP, 2003, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10,11 (32 and 64 bit)
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If you work with a lot of files, you know that it is a time-consuming hassle to navigate to something that you’ve recently used, but which has disappeared from the very limited “Recent Files” list in your app. Today’s discount software promotion addresses this dilemma in an elegant way – it’s Advanced Recent Access!

Advanced Recent Access lets you view and open files you’ve worked with recently, eliminating the need to manually locate them. With Advanced Recent Access, you’ll be able to capture key gains in productivity and efficiency as you gaze upon all of your recent items, including details about file size, path, format, and more!

Need to limit the types of recent items that Advanced Recent Access shows you? Not a problem! Handy filters let you display only documents, images, video, audio, or compressed files. You can also use Advanced Recent Access to easily run, open location, or recycle any item in your list.

This promotion includes the following:
Advanced Recent Access Lifetime Single License (1 PC) v13.0 ($59.99)
Advanced Recent Access Lifetime Personal License (3 PCs) ($89.99)
Advanced Recent Access Lifetime Home License (10 PCs) ($149.99)
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Michael User I'm testing the trial version. It's doing well in terms of directories, images, documents, audio, etc., but it doesn't display recently launched applications. I noticed when I installed the software, the initial list contained recent applications by name, but moving forward, when I launch an app it usuallyappears on the list as "windows explorer" and isn't linked to the particular app I've run.

Also, when I click the "close" button (X), is there any way to have it just close to the tray rather than fully exit?
Apr 28 at 8:56am Copy Link
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TSS Support @Michael User

When you close X, it will ask you for confirmation.
To display it in the system tray area, just click _

Hope this helps.

TSS
TriSun Software - Apr 28 at 9:09am Copy Link
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Michael User OK thanks. Anything about my other question regarding applications not appearing in the recent list?
Apr 28 at 9:24am Copy Link
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TSS Support @Michael User

Recent apps are read from Windows Registry.
Maybe some software/settings blocked this:

The location is:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Classes\Local Settings\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Shell\MuiCache
TriSun Software - Apr 28 at 9:29am Copy Link
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