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Delete Windows App Usage History

Privacy is a big concern to today's computer users. One problem is that Windows records what apps you spend your time using. There might be certain individuals or organizations that want to get hold of this information. Here's how to delete this information.

1. In the task bar search box, type task manager.

2. In the search results menu that appears, right-click on Task Manager and in the menu that appears, select "Run as administrator".

Task Manager App Usage History

3. In the Task Manager window that appears, select the [App history] tab.

4. Near the top of the [App history] tab click on link "Delete usage history" Usage statistics for all apps goes to zero.

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