RecycleBinEx: Freeware to Extend and Enhance the Functionality of Recycle Bin in Windows
Almost all of us use Recycle Bin in Windows to delete or restore our files in Windows. But Recycle Bin in Windows is very limited in functionality.
Today we are going to share a freeware which extends the functionality of Recycle Bin in Windows.
RecycleBinEx is a free, powerful and easy to use Recycle bin manager for Windows XP, Vista and 7. It extends and enhances Windows recycle bin and let you use many extra features.
With RecycleBinEx, you can sort the items in recycle bin; group them according to the deleted time, the logical disk, etc. You can select and remove the deleted items which were deleted one day ago, two days ago, 7 days ago, ..., 3 months ago by just one click. Or remove the deleted items of such as C disk only by one click, too.
RecycleBinEx can manage all your Windows recycle bins under different Windows Operating Systems together. For example, you have installed Windows XP and Windows 7 on one hard disk and now you are log into Windows XP, with the system default recycle bin, you cannot clean the files you have deleted in Windows 7 system. That is you cannot manage the deleted items in the recycle bin of Windows 7 system if you are in Windows XP system. But with the help of RecycleBinEx, you can now. You can manage the deleted items in all Windows recycle bins under one Windows Operating System.
RecycleBinEx can be merged to the context menu of system recycle bin easily. So you no need to run RecycleBinEx every time if you just want to clean up the items which you deleted 3 days ago from the system recycle bin. Just right click the mouse on the icon of Windows recycle bin and click the related menus of RecycleBinEx to do this work.
- Group deleted items by deleted time, logical disk etc.
- Manage all Windows recycle bins together
- Merge to the context menu of system recycle bin
- Jump list support in Windows 7
- Filter deleted data quickly
- Command line mode support
- Task scheme support
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