How do I make the Recycle Bin appear on my desktop?
Click Start, and then click Control Panel. Click Appearance and Personalization, click Personalization, and then click Change desktop icons. Click to select the Recycle Bin check box, and then click OK.
Why has my Recycle Bin disappeared?
In the vast majority of cases, only the Recycle Bin icon is missing from your desktop. You might have removed the icon on purpose or by accident. Windows updates that make changes to your Windows settings can also cause the Recycle Bin to suddenly disappear from the desktop.
How do you unlock the Recycle Bin?
Use the Windows Key + R shortkey to open the Run prompt, type shell:desktop and press Enter. You can then access the Recycle Bin in a File Explorer window. Click Start, type “recycle” and you can then open the “Recycle Bin” desktop app from the search result.
Where is my Recycle Bin on my PC?
Find the Recycle Bin
- Select Start > Settings > Personalization > Themes > Desktop icon settings.
- Make sure the check box for Recycle Bin is checked, then select OK. You should see the icon displayed on your desktop.
Where is the Recycle Bin folder in Windows 10?
By default, the Windows 10 Recycle Bin should be present in the upper-left corner of your Desktop. We find this the easiest way to access the Recycle Bin. Find the icon on your Desktop, then either select it and press Enter on your keyboard, or double-click or double-tap on it to open the folder.
How do I restore the Recycle Bin in Windows 10?
How to recover files deleted from the Recycle Bin on Windows 10?
- Open the Recycle Bin by double-clicking on its icon.
- Locate the items that you want to recover.
- Check the box next to the files or folders you want to retrieve.
- Right-click and select Restore to recover the items to their original locations.
How do I restore Recycle Bin in Windows 10?
Open the Recycle Bin by right-clicking its icon. Select Open from the menu to view deleted files. Check the box to the left of the filename you want to restore. Right-click on a selected file and choose ‘Restore’ to recover the file to its original location on Windows 10.