While the new taskbar in Windows 7 has t a dramatic improvement in the usability of many functions, there are certain tasks that are not so easy to put to the “superbar” for the user; for example, move files to the Recycle Bin.
And although the Recycle Bin icon is still present by default in the desktop Windows 7, many users prefer to keep your desk completely clear and free of icons.
So, we will show you a trick to anchor the Recycle Bin at taskbar in Windows 7, retaining the functionality of drag and drop , ie allowed to delete files by simply dragging the icon in the superbar.
First of all, we can right click on the toolbar and uncheck “Lock the Taskbar”:
Then we go to the “Toolbar” and select “New Toolbar” :
Once the window opens, we entered:
in the “Folder”, and clicked OK. With that we return to the classic Quick Launch bar:
Subsequently, right click again, this time on the Quick Launch, uncheck the boxes “Show text” and “Show title”, and “View” menu choose “Large Icons”.
Then drag the Recycle Bin from the desktop to the Quick Start, and voilÃ , we have a fully functional Bin anchored to the taskbar:
You can even empty the recycle bin directly from the superbar on right click over it.