MacOS: Three Shortcuts for the Mac Recycle Bin
In addition to deleting apps, removing files is not always easy. Of course, the files can be dragged directly to the trash, but it's even easier with a keyboard shortcut. Similarly, you can also empty the trash, so you do not run the risk of giving away space unnecessarily. Should a file accidentally end up in the trash, it can be easily retrieved.
If you want to delete a file, you can either drag it with the mouse pointer into the trashcan or right-click it in the trashcan, but you can do it faster with a small key combination file or files you want to remove, and simultaneously press the Command (cmd) + Backspace (<-) key on your keyboard. The data is immediately removed from the folder and placed in the bin By the way, you can also use it if you are in the paper basket and restore selected files.
If you find out right after deleting that you have made a mistake, you can restore the files without going through the trash. Just press the Command (cmd) + (z) on your keyboard and the last action will be undone.
You do not have to call it to empty the garbage can, but here too a simple combination of keys is enough. To do this, press the Shift key + Command key (cmd) + Backspace key (<-) in the Finder and confirm the process. All data is already removed from the Recycle Bin.
- Quick Delete : Command (cmd) + Backspace Key (<-)
- Restore Files : Command (cmd) + (z)
- Empty Trash : Shift key + Command key (cmd) + Backspace key (<-)