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recycle bin

  1. a container where old or used stuff is thrown or placed but can still be reuse or convert it into something new. it can be found in the desktop of your pc which deleted items goes.
    (butterfly14, December 18, 2008, 6:33 pm)
  2. An icon on the desktop of the computer. This icon is known to the computer user as recycle bin. Computer user uses it like as paper basket or dustbin. When he or she thinks that this file is not require, they delete this file and accumulate it in the recycle bin. When they will think that this file is useful to them, they will restore this file for use.
    (sarowar, December 18, 2008, 8:27 pm)
  3. In the Microsoft Windows operating systems, the Recycle Bin is a holding area for files and folders that are held before final deletion from a storage device.

    Microsoft introduced the Recycle Bin in the Windows 95 operating system. The Recycle Bin keeps files that have been deleted, whether accidentally or intentionally. Users can review the contents of the Recycle Bin before deleting the items permanently. In previous Windows operating systems and in MS-DOS, undeletion was the only way to recover accidentally deleted files. The Recycle Bin holds data that not only lists deleted files, but also the date, time and the path of those files. The Recycle Bin is opened like an ordinary Windows Explorer folder and the files are viewed similarly. Deleted files may be removed from the Recycle Bin by restoring them with a command, or by deleting them permanently.

    The Recycle Bin's icon indicates whether there are items in the Recycle Bin. If there are no files or folders in the Recycle Bin, then the icon resembles an empty wastepaper basket. Otherwise if there are files and/or folders the icon resembles a full wastepaper basket.

    Prior to Windows Vista, the default configuration of the Recycle Bin was to hold 10% of the total capacity of the host hard disk drive. For example, on a hard drive with a capacity of 20 gigabytes, the Recycle Bin will hold up to 2 gigabytes. If the Recycle Bin fills up to maximum capacity, the oldest files will be deleted in order to accommodate the newly deleted files. If a file is too large for the Recycle Bin, the user will be prompted to permanently delete the file instead. The maximum possible size of the Recycle Bin is 3.99 gigabytes in all versions of Windows except Vista. In Vista, the maximum is 10% for drives up to 40GB. Above that, the maximum is 4GB plus 5% of the capacity above 40GB.
    (Somey, December 19, 2008, 9:56 am)
  4. A part of computer desktop where deleted files can be found. If a user doesn’t want other people see their file, he or she provides password if possible to his or her file or if not, delete the file automatically.
    (chris20, December 19, 2008, 1:47 pm)
  5. a directory where deleted files are temporarily stored, and enables the user to retrieve files that are accidentally deleted.
    (froi, June 24, 2009, 12:44 pm)
  6. a directory where deleted files are temporarily stored, and enables the user to retrieve files that are accidentally deleted.
    (froi, October 11, 2009, 3:46 am)

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