1. Single Delete Win7 Explorer search history
In the Drop-down list, the mouse is placed where you want to delete, pressing the DELETE key on the keyboard, you can delete the target word, as shown in the following figure
2. How to delete all historical records in batches
Open the Master of the Rubik's Cube, click "User privacy cleanup" above to see if there is a "empty Explorer [search record]"?
3, how to ban the Win7 resource manager's search record automatic memory function
Now, press the win key +r to open the run, enter "Gpedit.msc" and run, and open the local Group Policy Editor.
In the navigation bar on the left, navigate to: "User settings-Manage templates-Windows Components-Windows Explorer" and locate the "turn off display of recent search items in the Windows Explorer search box" in the list on the right. Double-click to change "Not Configured" to "Enabled" and then click "Confirm" to exit.
Now open the Windows7 Explorer to see if the immediate effect is no longer recorded?