Taking out the trash (recycle bin)


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Taking out the trash (recycle bin)

During the course of your day-to-day managing of the files and folders on your computer, you're most likely come across items you no longer need. If you really don't need a copy of a file anymore, you should move it your Recycle Bin, represented by the little Recycle Bin icon in the upper left hand corner of your Desktop. Also here in my Desktop I have a file called To Do, which I created in previous movie and I don't really need it anymore. All I have to do to get rid of it is drag it to Recycle Bin. Notice the Recycle Bin's icon has changed to like paper has been thrown in a bin, which is a nice visual indication that there are items in your system trash.

Now just like with the real trash can, that sits by your feet at your real desk, you can still retrieve files if thrown in the Recycle Bin as long as you haven't emptied it, which we look at in just a moment. To see the contents of the Recycle Bin just double click it. So you can see my To Do list is still sitting s...

Taking out the trash (recycle bin)
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Taking out the trash (recycle bin) provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the Computer Literacy for Windows 7

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Business
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Windows
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