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Tutorial Recycle Bin to Save Media Portable

Discussion in 'Windows Tools & Tips' started by delfermil30, Sep 4, 2015.

  1. Save media portable like USB Flash Diskor external Hard Disk so popular among computer users. However, file management in the external save media differ in several ways, one of them is in regards to the deletion of the file. On the save media or internal connected to the computer, the file that has deleted generally is not deleted immediately, but instead placed into the Recycle Bin or Trash.

    Another case with what happens if a user deletes a file from the save media portable. The file will not go into the Recycle Bin or Trash, but immediately lost. It is certainly a hassle, because to restore deleted data that must use the recovery effort is not simple.

    One solution is a small software and portable named iBin that created by Augusto Croppo. Please download the executable iBin file that is freeware at here.


    Here’s how to use:

    1. Extract the file first that has been download. then move the executable iBin file into save media portable (e.g. USB Flash Disk).
    2. Connect save media portable to computer.
    3. Run the executable iBin file in the save media portable with clicks in quick succession. Ibin will run in background mode.
    4. We set some iBin configuration with right-click on the iBin icon in the Windows taskbar, then select Cutom Options.
    5. In the dialogue box iBin Custom Options we can arrange capacity while in the catchment of the Space Limit (based on the rest of the free space in the save media portable), as well as enable iBin automatically when save media portable is connected to the computer with a click of a button Set a Start up command in autorun.inf. Click the Save button to apply the configuration.
    6. To restore data files are deleted, right-click the iBin icon in the Windows taskbar then select Dumping Management. Highlight the file to be restored, and then click the Recycle Data Selected button.
    7. Try doing further exploration with reading the iBin file User Guide included in PDF format.
  2. Thanks for sharing :)
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