How To Restore Recycle Bin To Desktop

Learning how to restore Recycle Bin to Desktop is an easy process and it provides an easy way to clean up the folders and files slated for deletion. The Recycle bin that is located on the desktop, a transitory storage area for the folders and files that are deleted and not needed any longer, provides an easy way to delete or restore your files and folders safely. For the process of actually deleting or restoring the files and folders from the recycle bin, there are certain prompts that are required from the end-user. This tutorial includes Restoring the Recycle Bin to Desktops for the Vista and XP Windows Operating systems.

  1. In Vista Operating System laptop, start-up your desktop.
  2. Click the start button on the taskbar.
  3. Select the Control Panel and click.
  4. Select Appearance and Personalization then click.
  5. Select Personalization and click.
  6. On the Task pane area, select Change desktop icons and click.
  7. In the Desktop Setting window, Click Recycle Bin to place a check in the check box.
  8. Click OK.

The Recycle Bin is now restored on the Vista Windows Desktop.

Or

  1. Right-click on the Vista Windows Desktop.
  2. Select Personalize and click.
  3. On the Task pane area, select Change desktop icons and click.
  4. In the Desktop Setting window, click next to Recycle Bin to place a check in the check box.
  5. Click OK.

The Recycle Bin is now restored on the Vista Windows Desktop.

FOR THE XP Operating System: 

  1. In XP Operating System desktop, start-up your desktop.
  2. Right-click on the XP Windows Desktop and select Properties.
  3. On the Display Properties window, select the desktop tab then select and click Customize Desktop.
  4. On the Desktop Items window, select Recycle Bin (full) and click Restore Default then select Recycle bin (empty) and click Restore Default.

The Recycle Bin is now restored on the XP Windows Desktop.

 

 

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