Well, I don’t know where that wastebin is or how I’m supposed to remove the files/folders that I delete. I just click on the “move to wastebin” button and that’s it. I’d like to know to actually delete them since everyone likes more space on their system, its not like I have much anyway. Since I’m coming from windows, going to the Recycle bin and clicking on Remove files is easy, but being a new linux user I certainly have no idea what to do now. Thank you!
Hi @Kyushu ! , did you mean trash ? type in your keyboard
E and then click here :
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Explore your user interface. Don’t automatically panic and make a post others will ridicule you for doing (plus SGS will ultimately bin it, anyway).
There’s at least 5 ways.
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