The presence of Recycling in Windows 10 gives users a guarantee that the files they delete are kept in an area where they can be recovered. This is a well-known feature that many people turn to in case of problems.
As not everyone wants to keep what they eliminate in this temporary state, Microsoft has created an extra option in its system to cut short. Thus, it is possible to delete files in Windows 10 without going through the Recycle Bin.
One way to avoid recycling
Even though functionality that was intended for temporary use, the truth is that many simply accumulate files in the Recycle Bin. This is not clean and so they are just kept there taking up necessary space in other areas.
There are automatisms that can be used, but that distort their use and functionality. The ideal is, in many cases, to simply make the files bypass the Recycle Bin and be immediately deleted from Windows 10.
Erase files simply
To activate this option and thus delete files immediately, you must first click with the right mouse button on the Recycle Bin icon. This will open a context menu, where the Properties option should be chosen.
Then, in the window that will open at this time, they should look for the option that indicates that the files should be immediately deleted from Windows 10. This should be inactive, being in use the option with a maximum size associated with the size of the present disk.
An option to use on Windows 10
When activating this option, the files are immediately deleted immediately whenever the user presses the delete button or chooses the Delete option. You must keep this point in mind, since the files can no longer be recovered.
Of course, users can in the meantime use the familiar Shift + Delete keystroke, but this method is simpler. It is also more permanent and does not require if you are memorizing any key sequence.