When searching for a file in File Explorer, at the bottom of the search returns list are items marked with a "globe" graphic. Unlike all of the other items returned by the search, they do not have any Type or Date information. Example: if I'm searching for a recently used file, I will get an item at the bottom of the search list with the globe icon and the name of the file.
When I right-click on the item and select "Properties", the dialogue box lists the Type as Internet Shortcut , with a local Internet Address. (example: file:///D:/OneDrive/filename.xlsx)
When I right-click on the item and select "Delete" I get a dialogue box that says WARNING - Are you sure you want to delete History Item: <filename>?
This does not seem to be normal behavior and I'm not seeing it on my other Windows 10 machine with search results. Can anyone please advise me if these "History Items" are system-generated by Windows 10 and where? As the shortcut is pointing to a local file address it seems concerning.