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For Emacs 26.3 and Windows 10 works: Daemon: C:\YOUR_EMACS\emacs-26.3\bin\emacs.exe "--daemon" Client: e.g: C:\YOUR_EMACS\emacs-26.3\bin\emacsclientw.exe "temp.org" When you add Emacs executable into PATH, you can easily open emacsclientw.exe from anywhere. Also you can add daemon in startup folder: C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe /c start /high emacs.exe ...


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Another solution is to save the list of recentf files every time that you visit a new file. The below lined added to the init file will do the job: (add-hook 'find-file-hook 'recentf-save-list)


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OK, whelp, this got me around that, and was a lot less work too!


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