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Posted by Luciano on 12th Jul 2013
I had been wondering if you ever csdnioered modifying the layout of your blog? It is well written; I enjoy what youve got to say. But maybe you could add a little more in the way of written content so people could connect with it better. You have got an awful lot of text for only having one or two graphics. Maybe you can space it out better?
Posted by Jair on 11th Jul 2013
Yes, unfortunately. The trash-bin cibalasly removes some of the data, but not all traces.You may check the temporary files, or take it to a business to have them restore. There are 7 sectors on a hard-drive, and the only way to really get something gone is to insure it's gone from all 7 sectors.
Posted by Hostop on 11th Jul 2013
Well actually, the Recycle bin icon onncat be removed from the desktop. Ever. It's alway there. Even if you right clicked it there wouldn't be a delete option. The only way to remove recycle bin from the desktop is to disable desktop icons. If this is the case, right click your desktop, go to arrange icons by and then look if there is a check mark on the Show desktop icons option. If not, click it. If this is not the problem, maybe the recycle bin icon is hidden somewhere behind the start button bar or something. Just go to start>my computer and in the address bar, (the long white bar located under the go back and go forward arrows) type Desktop and press enter. Or just use the drop down menu whatever. Now look here if the recycle icon is there.If this is still not the problem. Seek expert advice. But in the mean time, if you ever need to use the recyle bin. Just go to my computer and type recycle bin in the address bar and press enter
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