U2U Blog Center

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Welcome at the U2U Blog Center

U2U has built up the last 10 years a huge amount of expertise in the Microsoft .NET Framework. Expertise they have always shared in the community. Below you can find a list of the blogs maintained by U2U trainers.

Hiding / Showing Jump Lists in windows 7

The jump list feature in Windows 7 makes it really easy to find the documents you were working on for each application. Just go to the taskbar and right-click the application. If your application has been enabled for jump lists (and they should, it is really easy to enable this using some API’s) then you should see a list of recently opened items. One day I started noticing I didn’t have any jump lists any more. Luckily the problem is easy to fix. Open your taskbar properties and go to the Start Menu tab. Check the “Store and display recently opened items in the Start menu and the taskbar” you you should get them back. I must have disabled this by accident…