I needed to delete the TightVNC IP Addresses from the drop down list and decided to write them down before I forget.
Here are the steps I did to delete the history from TightVNC on a Windows Operating System:
- Open up the command prompt or in the search box type REGEDIT
- Now click on Computer – HKEY_CURRENT_USER – Software – TightVNC – Viewer – History and on the left hand side you will see all the entries. Select them all and click on delete
- Then start TightVNC and you will notice there entries have been removed.
NOTE: Be careful when deleting entries from the registry editor. Always perform a backup of the registry.
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