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Windows 7: External Hard Drive

31 Jan 2011   #1
reborn7778

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External Hard Drive

Hey, i want to know if this is a probably, but so,You know Trash as a icon, whenever you don't like a files move to Trash, it is still hidden HDD, but I think i am came up with good idea, so i don't want that Trash direct to C: on HDD, so i want to Trash only direct to External Hard Drive, is that's possible? any idea to help this, please? thanks. because, i don't waste to my HDD on my laptop."hidden trash from where empty trash.

[i know, my English is bad]


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31 Jan 2011   #2
Brink

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Hello Reborn,

The Recycle Bin is really only just a reference of the files as to be deleted when you empty the Recycle Bin. Instead each file in the Recycle Bin is actually still stored at it's original location until the Recycle Bin is emptied. Each internal HDD has a $Recycle.bin file that references and links the files from that HDD that were placed in the Recycle Bin to have them all from all HDD's displayed in the Recycle Bin.

On external HDD's, deleted files are not placed (referenced) in the Recycle Bin and are permanently deleted instantly instead.

Hope this helps some,
Shawn
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