Drag and drop delete


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Metspitzer

The recycle bin needs to be in the left hand column of Windows
Explorer so you can drag and drop to delete files. Right-click drag
and drop should delete without any confirmation. (option)

I really miss the old copy/paste/cut and delete icons.
 
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Seth

Metspitzer said:
The recycle bin needs to be in the left hand column of Windows
Explorer so you can drag and drop to delete files. Right-click drag
and drop should delete without any confirmation. (option)
Then why don't you drag it there?
 
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Paul in Houston TX

Metspitzer said:
The recycle bin needs to be in the left hand column of Windows
Explorer so you can drag and drop to delete files. Right-click drag
and drop should delete without any confirmation. (option)

I really miss the old copy/paste/cut and delete icons.
Um... my win 7 pro has all that.
 
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Char Jackson

The recycle bin needs to be in the left hand column of Windows
Explorer so you can drag and drop to delete files.
That's how mine is by default. Where is yours?
Right-click drag
and drop should delete without any confirmation. (option)

I really miss the old copy/paste/cut and delete icons.
Add them back with ClassicShell. Google it.
 
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Stan Brown

The recycle bin needs to be in the left hand column of Windows
Explorer so you can drag and drop to delete files. Right-click drag
and drop should delete without any confirmation. (option)

I really miss the old copy/paste/cut and delete icons.
Why do you need icons? Just hit the Del key.

And if you don't like the confirming prompt, turn it off in Recycle
Bin Properties.
 
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