Windows 10 tends to send files to the Recycle bin which you delete. They will stay until you clear it, or in some instances until your Recycle bin is automatically emptied by Windows 10. That does not automatically delete files forever. Your files that have been deleted can still be retrievable, particularly if you are using a mechanical hard drive and not a solid-state drive. We suggest using encryption to secure all of your files, with full-disk encryption, people cannot retrieve your deleted files without also trying to bypass the encryption. In this article, we will guide you through the whole procedure to stop the Recycle bin on Windows 10 for deleting files.
Stop the Recycle bin on Windows 10 for deleting files
To delete the files and folders, select them and press the Shift + Delete key from the keyboard. There is one more option to delete the files is to right-click on the files and select the Delete option as the following image is showing.
If Windows will ask you to delete the file, the following dialogue box will appear.
When you click the Yes option, the file will be deleted permanently and you will not be able to recover it ever.
To stop the Recycle bin on Windows 10 for deleting files, follow this procedure step by step.
Locate the Recycle bin shortcut. Right click on it and select the Properties option as the following image is showing.
As soon as you click the Properties option, the following dialogue box will appear.
Now click the Don’t move files to the Recycle Bin. Remove files immediately when deleted radio button. After that click the Apply and then OK button as highlighted in the above image.
Now any files you will delete will be deleted immediately and they will not be moved to Recycle Bin anymore. So you have successfully stopped the Recycle Bin to delete the files of Windows 10.
By following this procedure, you will be able to stop the Recycle Bin on Windows 10 for deleting files.