Is there a Recycle Bin for the Windows 10 Desktop?
Yes, the Recycle Bin is just there in Windows 10. The wastebasket symbol in the upper-left corner of your Windows 10 desktop is called the Recycle Bin, but we hardly ever notice it. Well, let’s take a closer look at it today in this article and learn some handy ways to open Recycle Bin properties in Windows 10/8.1.
What does Recycle Bin do?
Once you have deleted any file or folder from the Windows PC, it is moved and placed into the Recycle Bin. In case, if you have accidentally deleted some vital files or simply change your mind about the necessity of a specific file or folder, then Recycle Bin lets you restore that deleted items.
Let’s discuss the steps to restore deleted items from Recycle Bin
Step 1: Double-click on Recycle Bin icon to open it
Step 2: Locate the file or folder that you want to restore
Step 3: Right-click on the selected file and click Restore tap
Well, most of the time you couldn’t find deleted file in the Recycle Bin. This is because the file is deleted by using Shift Delete combination keys or you have emptied the Recycle Bin. Then recovery from Recycle Bin isn’t hard as many of you think using some good data recovery software like Recover Recycle Bin. As soon as you realize that you have permanently deleted some files and want to recover them, first stop using your PC and install/run data recovery software.
Follow these 4 easy ways to open Recycle Bin Properties in Windows 10
- Access Recycle Bin via keyboard shortcut
Select Recycle Bin and hold Alt+Enter keys
- Open Recycle Bin through Context Menu
Right-click the Recycle Bin and choose Properties on the menu
- Access Recycle Bin via its Properties icon
Go to Recycle Bin and on the top-left, click Properties icon
- Open Recycle Bin by Manage menu
Lunch Recycle Bin, select Manage tab on the menu bar and click Recycle Bin Properties tap