- 1 delete files permanently from Windows
- 2 delete files permanently from your Mac
- 3 delete temporary files from your computer
- 4 References
Permanently deleted files from Windows
A user computer that is running the Windows operating system to remove and delete the files on his computer permanently, without moving them may wish to recycle bin because it can retrieve data deleted and sent to the Recycle Bin if not emptied, and as steps to delete files permanently comes in Windows: 
- Open the folder that contains the files to be deleted.
- Select the file to be deleted, and can be more than one file choose to delete it by pressing continuously on the key (Ctrl), and then clicking on the files to be deleted, as can select all files in the folder by pressing the keys (Ctrl + A).
- Press and hold the key (Shift), and then pressing the key (Delete).
- Clicking on the option of Yes (Yes), to delete files permanently from the computer without being sent to the Recycle Bin.
Permanently deleted files from your Mac
The steps to delete files permanently comes from a computer operating system (Mac OS 10.3) or systems that follow: 
- Clicking on the file to be deleted from the Mac.
- Clicking the left mouse button once on the file to be deleted, and then pressing the key (Del) on the keyboard.
- Clicking and continuously on the Recycle Bin icon, to open a window containing some options.
- Clicking and at length on the (symbol ⌘) from the keyboard, with its Dharor keep the previous window open.
- Choose the option to secure empty trash basket (Secure Empty Trash), to be deleted all existing files within the Recycle Bin and permanently.
Delete temporary files from your computer
The coming steps to delete temporary files (Temporary files) from computers that are running Windows 7, and subsequent versions: 
- Open the Start menu (Start Menu) from your computer.
- Typing the command (% temp%) in the search box appears on the screen.
- Pressing the Enter key (Enter).
- Delete the files in the temporary files folder that was opened, and can override some of the deleted files that use of the device.
- ↑ Nick Peers, "How to Permanently Delete Something in Windows"، smallbusiness.chron.com, Retrieved 7-2-2019. Edited.
- ↑ "How to Permanently Delete Files", www.wikihow.com, Retrieved 7-2-2019. Edited.
- ↑ Computer Hope (24-1-2018), "How to view and remove temporary program files"، www.computerhope.com, Retrieved 7-2-2019. Edited.
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