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[Windows 8] How to delete search history, live tile information, and app history
Posted By Tu Nguyen On December 19, 2012 @ 12:12 AM In Windows | No Comments
If you are familiar with Windows 7, you may know about how to clean up your system. In Windows 8 , with the appearance of Modern UI, users need to know how to delete the cache of search results and app tiles in order to keep the system fast and smooth, and private. In this article, I will show you how to delete search history, live tile information, and app history.
Search history are the search terms you have entered so far in the Search function of Charm bar. That means it contains every search history throughout all of your apps. To delete search history, you should follow these steps.
As you already know, live tiles are designed to update information automatically. To control the data usage, Windows 8 allows you to set the limitation for live tiles update. Additionally, you can also clear a live tile saved information to give it more space for new updates (if you already set data limit).
To do those two tweaks, you just need these simple steps.
App history is the place to show your Windows Store apps’ resource usage, such as CPU time, Network, Metered network and Tile updates. You can find this function in “App history” tab in Task Manager. You should right click/long tap on the Taskbar and choose Task Manager, then select “App history” tab to view your apps’ resource usage.
In this window, you can delete this app history. To do that, you just simple click/tap the small blue line “Delete usage history” and you are done.
Hope these tips can help you keep your Windows 8 run smoothly.
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