windows media player question

Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by chuck11976, Jan 24, 2003.

  1. chuck11976

    chuck11976 Guest

    How do you wipe out your entire "now playing" and "media library" sections on Media Player without doing it one by one? Basically, I want no trace of anything having been played on it.
  2. lemon_lime_koolaid

    lemon_lime_koolaid We paid how much for this??

    Dec 19, 2001
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    Parker, Colorado
    Trying to hide all the porn you have been watching eh?
  3. kazamobah

    kazamobah Guest

    Do you mean the most the list of most recently opened files that is listed at the bottom the file menu? You can clear that using regedit. Just open regedit and search(ctrl+f) for one of the movies names in the list. You can just delete the ones you don't want to show up.

    I can't find a "now playing" section in windows media player(I don't have the latest version), but the process should be similiar. Just pick a name from there and search for it in regedit.

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