RecentFilesView – Recently opened files list viewer

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Perhaps you have already known that MyLastSearch allows to view the recent search records of web browser, and want to have a look at recently opened files list. Although the “My Recent Files” in the start menu can also display recently opened files, yet if you wanna see more detailed information (such as created time or modified time), it will be not convenient enough.

Every time you open a file from Windows Explorer, the system will record that, and part of them are saved in the “Recently Opened Files” folder, another part will be stored in the system registry.

RecentFilesView is used to check the detailed information of “Recently Opened Files”, namely the “My Recent Documents” in the start menu.

This little tool allows you to view all the recently opened files, and enables you to delete the records of visited files or export the list as TXT text or HTML/XML web page format.

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