How To Delete A Folder

When you find irrelevant files and folders while organizing or managing the files on your computer, it is always advisable to delete them. This gives you more space and makes your computer clutter free, so that you can stay organized and make it easier for you to find any specific data quickly without wasting any time. But, before you delete a folder, you should check thoroughly the content of the folder and be sure that all the files in the folder are of no importance. In case you want to keep a file that is in the folder, move the file to another folder first before proceeding to the delete folder command. Deleting a folder-for computers that run on Windows •    The quickest way is to first highlight the folder you want to delete, right-click on the folder and then click Delete. If this command prompts you to provide an administrator password or confirmation, type the password and confirmation, and then proceed. •    Another easy way to delete any folder is to first highlight the folder, then press delete on your keyboard and select yes. If you want to completely delete the folder (erase it even from the recycle bin) press the shift and the delete keys together; you would get a prompt confirming the command. If accepted, then the folder will be completely deleted from your computer. •    There may be cases when your computer prevents you from deleting your folder. This might be because of your login restrictions, as you don’t have the proper rights or permissions to delete the folder. Another case where you can’t delete...

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