Delete Might chope your file. Beware..
Somebody got Sharp
Here I will talk about the Windows ‘Shift +
Delete’ shortcut. But before I say anything about this keyboard
shortcut lets revise how to delete a file. For example, if you are on
Windows Explorer – to delete a particular file, select that file and
just press the ‘Delete’ button.
happens when you press the ‘Delete’ button?
The file goes to
the ‘Recycle bin’ and hides in there for sometime.
HE – the file - realizes that you don’t want ‘HIM’ any more.
The File then gets
depressed and commits suicides.
The ‘Delete’ key sends the
file into the recycle bin before it is deleted permanently.Now our
keyboard shortcut is Shift + Delete.
when you press Shift + Delete?
As you can see in the picture,
the shift key “Takes off” from the switchboard and closes the big mouth
of the Recycle bin thereby blocking the entrance of the file into the
The file first heads towards
the recycle bin. The poor ‘Fellow’ does not know that the ‘shift’ key
with sharp edges is waiting for “HIM” to come. When the file is about
to enter into the Recycle bin the sharp edges of the ‘Shift’ key chops
“HIM” into hundreds of pieces.
So no more headaches from this
‘Shift + Delete’ removes the file
permanently without sending them to the Recycle bin.
Select the file or folder. For example, while you are in Desktop or
Press Shift + Delete
A dialogue box appears asking you for the confirmation of deletion.
you have learned to remember which keyboard shortcut is meant for
deleting the file permanently without sending them to the Recycle bin.
This shortcut key is very useful especially if there is a sensitive
file you don’t want to keep in the disk anymore.
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