Show the recycle bin icon on the windows 10 Desktop, for example if you have accidentally deleted the trash symbol (recycle-icon) from the Desktop.
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If you want to see the Recycle Bin on the Windows 10 Desktop please right-click on the free space on the Desktop and select Personalze.
Click the text "Change desktop icons", in "Desktop Icon Settings" set the check for "Recycle Bin" or remove the check from the "Recycle Bin" box, if you want to hide the "Recycle Bin" on the Windows-10 Desktop!
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Or use the command desk.cpl ,,2 via Windows 10 Run Dialog [Windows+R]
Please start the MS Explore for example Windows Logo +E and enter in the Address Bar: shell:RecycleBinFolder
And now do a Drag and Drop action from Address-Bar to the Desktop.
You can easy copy and paste the Recycle Bin ergo TrashCan to another folder. (... see Image-2)
... Create the shortcut to the Recycle Bin ergo TrashCan! do a right click on pin to Start!
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To pin to start is a good Solution for Microsoft Surface Pro and Go in Tablet Mode for a easy access when you tap on the Touchscreen, the solution is very simple and is often used on other Desktop PCs on Monitors with Touch Supported Displays.
Final thoughts about the trash!
As you can see from desktop images created in Windows 10 above, there are several ways to enable quick access to the Windows 10 recycle bin. You can use these examples to find the optimal solution for you and use it as a personal solution to open the trash quickly without having to search depending on whether you use the trash on the PC with a keyboard or Mobile on the Tablet PC or Surface Pro / Go where you then like to clean the trash occasionally on the touch screen without a keyboard.
It really makes sense to take some time to start or clean up the recycle bin faster. The Recycle Bin is a simple yet effective tool that is often used under Windows to restore files after deletion. The possibilities were tested on various MS OS and successfully verified.
FAQ 22: Updated on: 10 December 2019 15:54