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How to empty the Recycle Bin automatically on schedule on Windows 10

If you keep forgetting to empty the Recycle Bin on Windows 10, then use this guide to delete your computer's trash on a schedule automatically. When you click the delete button on a file, you're not actually deleting it from your computer. It only gets moved to the Recycle Bin, which continues to use valuable space on the hard drive. Even though chances are you already know how to empty the Recycle Bin, you often forget to do such a simple task.
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