This may not be a feature but, it should be

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Help and Support' started by lorenkjr1, Jan 11, 2009.

  1. lorenkjr1

    lorenkjr1 Honorable Member

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    I see Microsoft finally got rid of the delete the trashcan in the right click of the Recycle Bin. Thank you Microsoft for this, it was not a good thing to have that there in the first place.
     
  2. Kyle

    Kyle New Member

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    There needs to be a method to remove the trashbin, though.
    I don't use it, so. It takes up to much space.
     
  3. lorenkjr1

    lorenkjr1 Honorable Member

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    I agree. But, I was always hitting delete when all I wanted was to delete trash that had collected. So I guess for me it's God send.
     
  4. KairosDrasis

    KairosDrasis New Member

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    @Kyle

    You can still remove it if you wish:
    desktop, right-click, personalize, Change desktop Icons, uncheck recycling bin.
     
  5. Kyle

    Kyle New Member

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    I know you can, but then again, you can't if you have external devices.
    There's no "Use the same choice for all drives" button, so I have to manually set all external drives everytime I attach them or they create recycle bin dump folders and mess up the partitions.
     

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