Pinning a Destination to a Program’s Jump List

A useful feature of the Windows 8 taskbar is the jump list, which is a menu of program commands, the most recently used files, and other features that appears when you right-click a program’s taskbar icon. For example, the Internet Explorer jump list includes a Frequent list of often-viewed sites, and the Media Player jump list includes a list of frequently played music and the command Play All Music.

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By default, jump lists show only the ten most recently used destinations. If you’d like to see more (or even fewer) recent items, you can customize that number. To do this, right-click the taskbar, ...

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