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Managing Recent Workspaces

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Managing Recent Workspaces

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The setting is accessible under the menu Window > Preferences > General > Startup and Shutdown > Workspaces:

Managing Workspaces

 

Here I can remove a workspace from the list. The same settings page configures the number of workspaces to remember, and if eclipse is prompting for it at startup time.

Hint: If you are wondering, where these settings are stored, then see this blog post. It is inside that file: \configuration\.settings\org.eclipse.ui.ide.prefs

Happy Workspacing :-)

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