Recycle Bin is Missing on Windows 10

At times, you may discover that your Recycle Bin is missing from Windows 10. This may primarily happen if you have deleted the Recycle Bin icon from the Desktop.  Read the below section to know in detail about this issue. Further, an effective solution to get back the missing Recycle Bin has also been discussed.

Why is the Recycle Bin missing on Windows 10?

Basically, when you right-click on Recycle Bin icon, two options namely – Empty Recycle Bin and Delete will be presented to you. So, if you accidentally click on the deleted button then the Recycle Bin short cut will have deleted from the Desktop. As a result of this, the Recycle Bin may go missing from Windows 10 desktop. Apart from this, some users have reported that, after upgrading computer to Windows 10, Recycle Bin disappears.


An important point to be noted is that the Recycle Bin is not deleted even after clicking on Delete option but is actually hidden from you. Thus you can easily get back your missing Recycle Bin by unhiding it. In order to unhide the Recycle Bin, you need to follow the below-mentioned steps on Windows 10,

Step 1: To begin with, click on the Start button and then choose Settings option

Step 2: Next select Personalization

Step 3: Thereafter choose Themes and then click on Desktop icon settings

Step 4: Finally, mark the Recycle Bin check box and click on Apply button

Once you have performed the above steps accordingly, the Recycle Bin will get back to its default location(Desktop) from where it was hidden. However, after you open the Recycle bin if you notice that you have permanently deleted some important files or emptied it, then do not stress out. This is because, you can restore deleted files Recycle bin recovery software. The application is extremely simple to use and recovers data in just a few clicks of the mouse.

More about USB Type-C

Type-C is the latest version of USB connector and in 2014 it was introduced officially and most probably it is going to appear in all the devices in the future. MacBook of the Apple was the first device to support this connector, whereas now all the kinds of Windows PCs, monitors, smartphones, storage peripherals, docking stations and many more. Also the USB Type-C is reversible as Apple’s Lightning connector.

exoxatptt8qckfc0rgkxUSB Type-C will also supports several alternate modes and it has the ability to with stand power of up to 100 watts over the line and it can drive up to two 4K displays at the refresh rate of 60Hz. More appreciating thing is simultaneously it can transfer data, power will be delivered through a single connector, also video and data over a single line. The problem arises here is all the USB Type-C connectors will not support all different capabilities.

Thunderbolt 3.0 technology is developed by Intel and the interface is very different from USB 3.1, but it uses the same USB Type-C connectors. For the device maker’s implementation of USB Type-C standard is less expensive and active full bandwidth cables are cheaper than Thunderbolt versions. This technology of USB Type-C can be implemented to those devices that don’t support USB 3.

The real problem arises here is, there is no simple means of demarcation or labeling for different USB Type-C varieties. The other problem is regarding the launch of USB Type-C and it is the first iteration called as “virtualization” of the port. Previously every port had its own connector and its own type of signal was carried out. But the USB is carrying Ethernet handling networking, data to peripherals, video connectors such as DisplayPort and HDMI carried video, etc. Now the introduction of USB Type-C has broken the 1:1 correlation between functions and ports.

One cable can be plugged in to the device and can access to every single port and you can also provide power back to the device. New types of peripherals can also be started such as single cable monitors who are acting as hubs to other devices and also power and video can be received from the host device. Also connection of USB storage, speakers and second daisy-chained monitor can be enabled. In a great era of connectivity the proliferation of USB Type-C marks the dawn for your devices.

Useful Things that Siri can Do for You

Siri is the digital personal assistant feature which is available on Apple iOS devices such iPad and iPhone which is very useful to the iOS user to do more tasks like take notes, create reminders, set alarms, changes to system settings. These tasks can be done by activating Siri with the help of holding down the iOS device home button until it beeps and the interface of Siri will appear but in the latest version iOS 9 we can activate Siri by saying “Hey Siri” easily. In this article, you can understand various useful things you can do with Siri and you might be excited at how clever and useful it is.

Useful things that siri can do for you

Searching for Things:- User can use Siri for searching specific data from websites because Siri effectively uses the variety of web services for getting information and listing relevant results within short time duration.

Create Reminders: It is difficult to remember all the future events by heart. But Siri really do this work by setting reminders. In order to setting reminders you have to say “remind me to” after that Siri will add your future event instantly. When you reach that specified time you will reminded by Siri.

Set Alarms: You can set alarm by saying particular time as “Hey Siri, wake up me at 5 am” When device timer reach that time you will alert by making some alarm sound.

Call People: It is one of the main features of Siri because you can call people without searching contacts or call history. You need to tell who to call with Siri and it will automatically call the specific person.

Find out What Time It Is: By make use of Siri, you can get exact time of any country by asking “Siri what time it is in USA” and it will shows the exact time.

Launch Application: You can launch specific application which is installed in iPhone by telling to Siri as “launch YouTube” Siri will launch YouTube without manually touching the YouTube shortcut.

Find and Read Emails: Siri is useful for finding specific email by saying email subject or sender name or date. Therefore you no need to hunt specific email because it may take long time.

Perform Calculation: Instead of using calculator, you can just ask Siri for performing complicated calculations because it will give accurate answer in short time without entering numbers and symbols.

Change Settings: You can change the device setting by saying what you want to do for example you can turn off Wi-Fi by simply saying ‘Hey Siri turn off Wi-Fi” likewise you can change all the settings.

Mapping: Using Siri, you can find specific place and also you can get distance from place 1 to place 2. Using this feature you can also find out specific land marks like Airport, railway station, bus station etc.

Send and Read Text Messages: You can send text messages to anybody who are listed in your contacts by saying their name as “send text message to “name” and Siri will ask what you have to send as text, at that time you have to say the message. Even you can read received text message by saying “read the last text message from name”.