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keeps track of files used RecentX keeps track of all files, folders, programs and websites that you use and allows you to instantly access them later, without having to search through history lists or favorites. The program provides a tabbed interface that organizes the recently accessed files by type, and you can further customize the filtering by adding custom keywords, that allow you to quickly filter the history to find specific types of files. When you right-click on an entry in the RecentX interface, you have also access to common file operations such as copy, paste, delete and more. Copyright

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Product Details

Publisher Conceptworld Corporation (2) Price $29.95
Version 5.0.22  history Last updated May 27, 2021
File Size 19.2 Mb Requirements None

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Why? 2 stars by pcs800 Sep 05, 2007 (Read all my 222 reviews)
I see no use for this at all. It is extra clicks to open programs, folders, etc. If you have folders and things you access frequently, don't you normally put shortcuts on the desktop that DON'T take up a bunch of system resource? It also did not see any web sites I went to, most likely because I use avant browser, not IE. No favs show up because avant uses online storage. When I closed the program, it crashed and wanted to send info to the developer to help them figure it out, not a bad thing, but it did crash on close which means everything I just did was lost (would matter if I liked the app) show Review details
Very nice. 4 stars by yassertariq Sep 04, 2007 (Read all my 90 reviews)
It's a very nice application that keeps a record of recent files, folders, applications and websites opened. I've been using it for quite sometime now and I'm hooked to it. It's only drawback is that at times it sucks quite a lot of memory. show Review details
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