Category Windows XP


How do you force the recycle bin to clear on Windows and Mac OS

Whether you’re a Windows or a Mac user, you might want to know how you force recycle bin to permanently remove stubborn files.

On both Windows and Mac, it’s inevitable to get into a very annoying situation when it comes to deleting files. Whether it’s a downloaded program from the Internet or a big busy collection of pictures you’ve already copied to an external hard drive, some files get into the recycle bin and refuse to leave it.

The errors you face when you choose Empty Trash in Mac OS or Empty Recycle Bin on Windows systems are different. There may be a notification saying that the files are currently in use and cannot be deleted. Another scenario would involve the apparent emptying of the recycle bin without error, but there are still documents in it, and the icon has not changed.

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The next version of Windows 10 will protect better your privacy

The future Windows 10 will come up with a rich set of options to define with greater precision which data and functions of the system the installed applications have access to.

Within a few weeks, Windows 10 Fall Creators Update will be launched. The update will once again confirm the promise that Windows 10 is the latest major Windows version and that all functionality updates or interface changes will be introduced through later updates. Although we do not have much to expect before the Fall Creators Update, it is only now that Microsoft has decided to detail one of the most important new releases to be introduced. Through a posting on the official US blog, it is explained how the Redmond giant will better protect your privacy...

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Bill Gates still regrets the Ctrl + Alt + Del combination and founds another explanation for it

Most PC users used Ctrl + Alt + Delete combination at some point, but Bill Gates is convinced that the feature could have been easier. Bill Gates is the richest man in the world and the one who founded Windows operating system. He has defined the most representative interface elements that are still in use in Microsoft operating systems and he also founded the company. As in other domain, no matter how much you have enjoyed success, you always remain with a series of disappointments.

In an interview published by Bloomberg, the former Microsoft CEO mentioned again the Ctrl + Alt + Delete combination. “The IBM PC hardware keyboard had only one way through which you could have generate an interruption...

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