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Tech advice and tips: in this video, you will learn how to rename the recycle bin in Windows XP.
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Welcome to PC Wiz Kid’s Tech Talk, today wanted to show you how to rename the Recycle Bin using Windows XP here and this tweak is basically a registry tweak. We can’t rename a recycle bin by naming here if you try to double click or right click or find the rename option you can don’t it. So the only way to do it is to access the registry and change that default behavior. So, click on start, run and type regedit one word no spaces and then press okay to launch the registry editor. Once you are in there we are going to navigate in the registry and expand HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT under that expand CLSID and then under that you are going to have to go all the way down and find the key that starts with bracket 645FF is the only one there that’s starts with those first numbers and letters and if you expand that double click on ShellFolder and under ShellFolder on the right hand side here there is a value okay. We are going to change that value so on the attributes right click on it and then click on modify and then the cursor was already there just press the delete once to delete 40 and put in 70 instead and now we’ve set the new value. Press okay to close that and close the registry, now you can rename the recycle bin. So we can both access the explorer and through there rename it, you can double click on it on the recycled the name and just erase it and put in whatever you want. So this is the very simple registry tweak that basically gets rid of that in millions of not being able to rename the recycle bin to where it really is, is just the trash can right. So with that recycle basically anything here it’s out of them savings some space. So, rename it to whatever you want and enjoy. Thanks for watching.