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Adding the URL History to the Start Menu

In Category: Windows 98

If you browse the web a lot and want fast access to recent sites you visited, you can put your history list on the Start Menu.

1. Right click on the Start button
2. Choose Explore
3. Right click on the right pane
4. Choose New / Folder
5. Name it URL History.{FF393560-C2A7-11CF-BFF4-444553540000}
6. The label isn't critical. The period, braces and CLSID number are.

If you want to search for the string to enter:

1. Start Regedit
2. Search for URL History Folder
3. Right click the CLSID key
4. Choose Rename
5. Press Ctrl-C to Copy
6. In the Explorer window, press Ctrl-V to paste it in.


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