Recycle Bin

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by Jeff, Apr 26, 2006.

  1. Jeff

    Jeff Guest

    Not to be overbearing; but it did occur to me that the"Recycle Bin" is an
    area where there should be a little more "research" and/or rationale(or
    explanation) as to why it does not function as a "delete" bin? Any comments
    would be useful. Even the" OMG that would be terrible for most users." would
    be at least a start of a discussion of this little "trash bucket"; that is
    seemingly deceptive to alot of people.
    Jeff, Apr 26, 2006
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  2. Jeff

    Workshop Guest

    x-no-archive: yes

    Well, right off it should be called a "Bit Bucket". That's my opinion, and I
    didn't charge you for it.
    Workshop, Apr 26, 2006
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  3. Jeff

    Puppy Breath Guest

    Maybe rename it to Trash. Then when people empty it, have it go up in flames
    briely then show with ashes at the bottom from that point on. Maybe people
    would get it then.
    Puppy Breath, Apr 26, 2006
  4. We got what we paid for? ;-)
    Tom Porterfield, Apr 26, 2006
  5. Jeff

    Workshop Guest

    Just can the wise cracks please.

    Workshop, Apr 26, 2006
  6. Jeff

    Puppy Breath Guest

    Though it might be interesting to have a Recycle Bin folder that's always
    empty - never contains any icons. That way after people delete something
    they can open that open folder and say "Yep, it's been deleted".
    Puppy Breath, Apr 26, 2006
  7. Jeff

    Workshop Guest

    Shift + Del will delete something and it won't go into the Recyle Bin .. but
    doing it that way means never having to say you're sorry.
    Workshop, Apr 26, 2006
  8. Set it to delete and not hold items. Simple.

    Also if you spend a bit of time on the general groups and find that even
    the opportunity to save their files twice through the saving graces of
    the Recycle Bin is completely missed by a huge number of people. That
    gives the rationale for why it doesn't delete automatically.
    Mike Williams, Apr 26, 2006
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