In some cases the Recycle Bin in Windows can be more of an annoyance than anything else. Learn how you can disable the Recycle Bin in Windows and remove it from your desktop.
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While you can easily empty the recycle bin with a right click, it still requires a manual effort. Here’s how you can set a schedule for Windows to empty the recycle bin automatically. No third-party tool required.
Have you ever wished your Android device had a recycling bin? Thanks to the Dumpster app, it can. It saves all the files you delete just in case you need them later.
If you’ve been testing Windows 10, you might have found some of the hidden features while exploring the OS. Here are some of the hidden features we found.
Windows 8 doesn’t show the delete confirmation dialog box when you delete your files. Here is how you can enable delete confirmation dialog box in Windows 8.
We frequently have multiple tabs open – researching posts and keeping potential ideas at hand. For all of this I utilize multiple extensions to control everything. It is a juggling act that is always on the verge of going out of control! One way to keep it in control is to add Recycle Bin in Chrome.
Many PC users believe that when you delete a file and empty your Recycle Bin, you’ve securely deleted any file or folder within it. This just isn’t true. Those files can still be recovered with the right software. In order to securely delete files in Windows, you need to rely on third party program. DeleteOnClick is one of them.
If you accidentally delete any file from your Dropbox account, do you know that there is a handy feature in Dropbox that allows you to view and recover the deleted files? If you made changes to any file or folder, you can restore them to an earlier version too. Here is how you can do so.
Many users love Windows 7. In fact, they might love it so much that they are ready to ignore some of its shortcomings and annoyances. What if I tell you that you can have all of Windows 7’s positive features while getting rid of some of its annoyances? It’s possible to get rid of some of the most annoying things in Windows 7 with a few simple fixes. Here’s how:
Whenever we need to delete a file/folder in Windows Explorer it does not delete the file/folder totally. Instead it places a copy of the file/folder in the Recycle Bin. And again we have to go to the Recycle Bin, locate the file & then delete it again to remove it completely. But let me show you how to tweak the settings of Windows which will completely delete a file/folder whenever we delete a file using the Windows Explorer.