Jump Lists are an artifact of the Windows OS. It first emerged in Windows 7: this artifact has been present in all the subsequent versions of the Windows OS ever since.Jump Lists make it possible to get quick access to the most recent files opened by this or that app featured by the ‘Start’ menu or ‘Taskbar’.
The pull-down menu that appears once the menu icon has been clicked features several zones:
– Destination Zone which includes such sub-categories as the pinned category, known categories (recent or recently closed), custom categories (important).
– Zone of Tasks which embraces User tasks (Tasks) and Taskbar tasks.