Quote: Originally Posted by Ztruker
Can't be done. A recycle bin is tied to the drive it's on. Can't work any other way, as logicearth said (sort of).
So there nothing that can be done? There's no way around it?
I have a file I want to delete on D:\ and when I delete it, it will go to the C:\ drive (a write) and produce excessive amounts of writes on the C:\ drive because the Recycle Bin can't be bypassed on C:\ and there are a lot of files (at times) that I wind up deleting. I mean, multi-gigabytes worth.
You can reduce the size on the recycle bin or turn it off completely. Depends on whether you ever use it or not. I can almost guarantee that as soon as you turn it off you'll delete a file accidentally and wish it was in the recycle bin. Probably some corollary to Murphy's Law.
No doubt. I was considering that but inevitably that