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Last week, some of our readers reported that they found out where the Recycle Bin is in Windows 2008 r2.
July 20, 2015 Posted by newlife007 on July 20, 2015 to revolve around Windows | 4 comments
Select Start > Settings > Personalization > Themes > Desktop Icon Options.Make sure the Trash box is checked, then click OK. You should see an icon on your desktop.
While I’m interested in deleting all hidden/account-created $RECYCLE.BIN files in directories on my computer to free up some much needed disk space, I know I can’t dig any further.
This requires that you be running Windows Server 2008 R2 or soon after on all domain controllers in the current forest. Turning on the cart is just not difficult. Select “Enable Recycle Bin” from the task list (Figure 1). Alternatively, you can click on your domain name and select “Enable Korzinu” in the drop-down menu (Fig. 2).
The first step is to make the specific directory $RECYCLE.BIN visible.
Select “Root Drive” (for example, press c) under “Organize Folders” > “Variations” and go to the “View” tab. Select Show hidden files, folders and drives, Hide, disable protected work files. Click Apply, then Apply to Folders.
Open File Explorer and you will see $RECYCLE.BIN as an option. Go directly to the folder, select all files and also deleteRead them. This
At this stage, a cleanup is usually performed, and we need to hide the protected files of the operating system. Repeat the steps, show them and check the box to hide them.
This can also be a command-line error, but it deletes the entire index and cannot be recovered.
Remove from command line
Also, open a command prompt as an administrator and enter the following commands.