MRU-Blaster is a free software that scans your system for the most recently used (MRU) lists. The MRU lists contain information about the name and paths of the latest files you have accessed from an application. If you do not wish that anyone can trace out as what files you have opened or worked upon and much more, then you need to clean your MRU lists.
Any application you are using (like Open Office, Media Players etc.) can make a MRU lists containing the entries of lastly opened files. These are basically used for faster access to the recently used files. But this may also lead to exposing your privacy by revealing the details of what files you accessed on your system. Thus, it may be harmful sometimes and against you preferences. MRU-Blaster scans your entire system to identify these entries and presents you a list showing all the entries found. You can then easily delete those that you don’t want to keep.
What privacy exposing items does MRU-Blaster cleans?
MRU-Blaster is a powerful free software that can find and clean more than 30,000 different MRUs and used file traces. It finds out the lists maintained by most third party applications that are commonly used in our day to day life. With built-in plug-ins, this free privacy protecting tool facilitates you in cleaning out all temporary internet files and cookies. It allows you to scan for and remove commands entered in the Run option of start menu, the addresses written in the Internet Explorer address bar and even of other Web browsers. It also allows you to clean the Google toolbar history and much more.
Generally, deleting MRU lists manually in not an easy task as most of the MRU lists are maintained in System registry. You can fully rely upon MRU-Blaster for doing the job efficiently without leaving any traces behind. You can even schedule MRU-Blaster to launch at startup every time you start your system.
This free privacy preserver application is a handy tool to remove all the unwanted privacy exposing clutter and safeguard you privacy!