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ok you created a short cut............or its sitting in my documents or desktop

it could one file or 2 files....or how about multiple files...10...20..or more files

lets just delete them all ...once you delete them why repeat yourself

having to empty recycle bin lets do a by pass

this a simple one ...choose the file or files you want to delete

or folder even....click on it or them to highlight and .......do this its magic

 

hold the shift key and press the delete button

this will delete files bypassing the recycle bin

 

:rocks: : :five:

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ok so now you have your options delete via recycle bin or just bypass it which everway you choose>> just be certain you make the right choice or creat a back-up of your files and data before you delete them that way you will always have a copy for your records

 

thank you for input>>El Tel

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well thank you for sites theoldgardener

now thier heads can get flooded with hundreds of tips

i choose shift...delete....enter...

because it was fast and simple

not so complicated.press 3 keys and thats it.......

 

Thank You for the information....theoldgardener

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this a well maintained office computer

with original keyboard and mouse

 

that is very true i tried ctrl>>delete>>enter

on one computer it worked good

on the same computer i tried shift>>delete >>enter and that worked

 

my home computer is a refurbished with a new harddrive thats been reformatted twice

its never been infected>>the reformatts were part of experimenting with the hard drive

this one use a hp mouse and a hp keyboard...not sure if it changes anything

 

on my home computer ctrl>>delete didnt work

only shift>>delete>>enter works

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ok you created a short cut............or its sitting in my documents or desktop

it could one file or 2 files....or how about multiple files...10...20..or more files

lets just delete them all ...once you delete them why repeat yourself

having to empty recycle bin lets do a by pass

this a simple one ...choose the file or files you want to delete

or folder even....click on it or them to highlight and .......do this its magic

 

hold the shift key and press the delete button

this will delete files bypassing the recycle bin

 

:rocks: : :five:

 

A handy tip
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I've known this one for ever, pretty useful. I think I read that in a list of MS shortcuts. (Try the search for "keyboard shortcuts" on microsoft.com) there are a lot more that are helpful!

 

But most people shouldn't know this cause they will be unable to retrieve the file if they regret deleting it!

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But most people shouldn't know this cause they will be unable to retrieve the file if they regret deleting it!

 

You can use a file un-erasing program but a lot of the time you can't recover the whole file with that :geezer:
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I've known this one for ever, pretty useful. I think I read that in a list of MS shortcuts. (Try the search for "keyboard shortcuts" on microsoft.com) there are a lot more that are helpful!

 

But most people shouldn't know this cause they will be unable to retrieve the file if they regret deleting it!

 

im not recommending this as a must use way of deleting your files

its only another option for anyone to use

if your not sure of a file your going to delete

right click on desk top

make a new folder there drag and drop the file in your new folder

rename the folder as junk or scrap files

so when your not sure of files you want to delete drag them to your junk file

they will stay there for safe keeping till you decide what to do with them

or just dont bother them

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