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How to use the Windows Recycle Bin


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Posted 02 May 2012 - 09:42 AM

A new tutorial titled How to use the Windows Recycle Bin was added by Michael Tyler. Please use this topic to discuss any aspect of this tutorial.

A brief excerpt of the tutorial can be found here:

When you delete a file in Windows it is usually not permanently deleted. Instead, Windows moves the file to a special location called the Recycle Bin. First implemented in Windows 95, the Recycle Bin is a special directory where deleted files are stored in the event that you need to recover them. Sometimes the Recycle Bin is referred to as the trash, trashcan, or garbage. As a computer user, use of the Recycle Bin system is an extremely common task that is important to know about in order to effectively manage files. The purpose of this guide is to explain how to use the Recycle Bin to review, restore, and permanently erase your files. Additionally, this tutorial will cover some special settings that the Recycle Bin has.

We hope you find this tutorial helpful.

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