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"New" tag on programs in the Start Menu doesn't go away

Hey guys,

I'm having a problem with my start menu on Windows 10 for quite a while now, to the point where it becomes too annoying to ignore.

My Start Menu keeps the "new" tag on every single program I install, even after I dismiss the tag on the programs, and clear the "recently added" section of the menu. I just need to reboot Windows or restart the Explorer process, and every program becomes tagged again and the "recently added" list now has more than 30 entries.

 

What I have tried so far:

-Rebooting the computer

-Restarting Explorer process

-Clearing every tag and the list

-Disabling the recently added list on the system settings (it activates automatically again as soon as I close the settings window)

-Updating Windows to the latest version (I don't use the Insider program)

-Pulling my hair from my head in desperation

 

Thank you for your help!

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i had this to but did go away with the last big win10 update.

on wich version are you? runn "winter" from the start menu and tell us the version number

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2 minutes ago, Metallus97 said:

i had this to but did go away with the last big win10 update.

on wich version are you? runn "winter" from the start menu and tell us the version number

Windows 10 Version 1803, Compilation 17134.345

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On 10/28/2018 at 5:05 PM, Metallus97 said:

i had this to but did go away with the last big win10 update.

on wich version are you? runn "winter" from the start menu and tell us the version number

No help on here?.....

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