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pretty sure the run history is stored in the registry (Icould be wrong) , probly find it under a MRU listing of some sort.

I've disabled all history in mru so I'm not sure what key it'd be stored under.

If your history is enabled you could just look for a recent line in the history and do a search in the registry, you'll find it pretty easy.

Cheers

Edit: Found It:

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\RunMRU]
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Achilles

pretty sure the run history is stored in the registry (Icould be wrong) , probly find it under a MRU listing of some sort.

I've disabled all history in mru so I'm not sure what key it'd be stored under.

If your history is enabled you could just look for a recent line in the history and do a search in the registry, you'll find it pretty easy.

Cheers

Edit: Found It:

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\RunMRU]
Thanks for the reply,

That seemed to be a list of programs that had been run but it was lacking all the webpages I ran from it. (For example you can run www.google.com) Any idea where those are?

Edit: Do you know what MRU stands for?

How would you turn off history?

Edited by Piano_Man

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Edit: Do you know what MRU stands for?

MRU = Most Recently Used.

You find it in MANY places in the registry.

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Achilles

MRU = Most Recently Used.

You find it in MANY places in the registry.

:D

Thanks... I'll keep that in mind.

Thanks, this helps me understand run better.

I don't want to sound too ignorant (but I probably will anyway :) ) but does this mean that the data is stored in a .dll? Or does the .dll just collect all the data?

Edited by Piano_Man

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