The Most Frequent List in new Start menu displays the application names that are regularly used. This setting can disable the shortcut of the utility “Address Book” link from appearing in the list.
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Don't show Windows Address Book in Most Frequent List.reg
The ".reg" file can hide the "Windows Address Book" from the Most Frequent List in the Start menu.
Show Windows Address Book in Most Frequent List (Default).reg
The ".reg" file can show the "Windows Address Book" from the Most Frequent List in the Start menu.
Registry Entry Details:
Apply registry settings according below given steps of screenshots with related changes.
The "Address Book" option is not visible in the 'Most Frequent List' in the 'Start' menu after the changes have been made in the registry.
The "Address Book" option is visible in the 'Most Frequent List' in the 'Start' menu.
First, click the 'Start' button, and select 'Run'. In the resulting dialog box, type "regedit".
Second, go to the [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Classes\Applications\wab.exe\] key, right-click on the blank area in the right pane and click on "New > String Value" to create a new String value with the name "NoStartPage".
Finally, the created String value will look like below.
Other Related Tweaks
Clear the computer names searched on a network.
Category : Display > Start Menu
This setting allows you to clear the names of all computers that were passed as arguments while searching a computer on the network.
Remove the “Favorites” menu item from the Start menu (For Current User).
This setting can remove the “Favorites” menu item from the Start menu, if it is currently shown.
Remove the “Favorites” menu item from the Start menu (For All Users).
Clear the recently accessed documents list.
This setting enables you to delete the documents in "Recent Documents" folder.
Clear history of recently accessed entries on logoff.
This setting enables you to clear the recently accessed documents list on Start Menu as well as the Internet Explorer URL history, when you log off your system.