Primarily, use start menu to enter settings, click spur symbol on the left side. This can be also done by pressing Windows+l for quick entrance to settings. In continuation, use “System” settings to click “Storage” option.
At upper part of “Storage”, you will find an abstract about Storage Sense. In continuation, turn “on” the “Off” key. Then at lower part click “Configure Storage Sense or run it now”.
In new section, various options would be available. You can select commands to be performed on daily, weekly, or monthly bases. Of course, this can be set to be taken place at those times that storage space is low. Click menu and select proper option.
Since we are talking about deleting files from recycle bin, if you are not intended to delete old files through this capability; select “Delete Temporary Files that my Apps aren’t using”. If required, you can use drop-down menu “Delete Files in my Downloads Folder” to set it on “Never”.
Meanwhile, you will observe drop-down menu called “Delete Files in my Recycle Bin if they have been there for over”. Here you can set deletion of files to be taken place after, 1, 14, 30, or 60 days.
That is, whenever “Storage Sense” would be running; automatically those files remained in recycle bin for higher periods of time would be eliminated. You can select concerned option via menu.
In continuation, process is ended and you can omit your concerned file. If till present time you have done nothing regarding automatic capability of file deletion from recycle bin in Windows 10 or you have not been curious about that; simply you can enter settings and visit “Storage”. If not interested in setting of this capability to be run or in changing them; simply you can make “Storage Sense” off.
Recycle Bin Auto Deletion in Mac
Up to this point, you have been trained with recycle bin auto deletion in Windows 10. In continuation, we are intended to teach you Recycle Bin Auto Deletion in Mac. Since release of macOS Sierra (version 10.12), an especial method of emptying recycle bin has been developed by Apple Co. with 30 days time intervals. Activating this capability is not difficult; however, making access to it needs some searching.
Firstly, click on Mac Desktop to enter “Finder”. Then, through upper toolbar click on Finder menu and select “Preferences”.
When window related to “Finder Preferences” appears, click on “Advanced”.
From among those options available in “Advanced”, select “Remove Items from the Trash after 30 days”. This option informs you that all data in recycle bin would be deleted after 30 days, automatically.
After selection of concerned option and saving the settings, you will see that after 30 days all data available in recycle bin would be deleted by operating system automatically. If you want this to be inactivated, you have to enter settings again and cancel what has been selected.