CTRL + Shift + Del is one of the most powerful shortcuts in existence, and not many people know about it. It’s the shortcut to delete all the files and folders on your computer, which could be just what you need if you need to get rid of malware or viruses that are threatening your system or data. However, if you use this command without knowing how to do it properly, you could end up deleting files permanently, which could be disastrous for both your job and your life in general. The Ultimate Guide to CTRL + Shift + Del

Delete Windows 10 Search History
The purpose of Windows 10 is to make everything easy. So why not give you easy access to your search history? To access your recent searches, hit Win + S on your keyboard or right-click on your taskbar and go to Search History. This displays a list of items you’ve recently searched for. Note that it doesn’t display search queries from Microsoft Edge, Cortana, or apps that use Windows 10’s new search features—you can only view Bing searches from here.

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Delete from Indexed Locations
By default, when you delete a file in Windows (not recycle bin), it gets moved to your Windows trash directory. If you want to completely erase it, you can right-click on an empty area of your hard drive and select Delete files permanently. This option is only available if your computer supports it (Windows 7 and above).

The Ultimate Guide to CTRL + Shift + Del
The Ultimate Guide to CTRL + Shift + Del

Permanently Delete Files and Folders
When you want to get rid of a file, but you aren’t ready for it to be gone forever, there’s no better option than using Permanently Delete. While you can use shift-delete or move files and folders without it, both options just empty your Recycle Bin. Permanently Delete doesn’t—it actually removes files from your hard drive so they are gone for good.

Empty Recycle Bin
Deleting files you meant to delete is a common mistake. Luckily, deleting items from your recycle bin is just as easy as deleting them in other places. To empty your recycle bin on a Mac, hit Command-Shift-Delete and confirm that you want to delete everything.

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