Windows 10: Stop Creating Recycle Bin and System Information in USBs
Stop Creating Recycle Bin and System Information in USBs
I hope I've asked this in the right channel.
Through googling, I found a tutorial on how to prevent Windows from creating Recycle Bin and System Information folder in USBs by using the Group Policy Editor. Since I'm on Windows 10 Home edition, I do not have the Group Policy Editor. Therefore, I found another tutorial to create it. Unfortunately, I am having problems:
1. In the newly installed Group Policy Editor, I need to navigate to
Computer Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Windows Components -> Search.
The thing is, I can only go as far as Windows Components, there is no Search. Does anyone know what I should do to proceed?
2. If there is another way to stop Windows 10 Home creating Recycle Bin and System Information folder in external drives, please advise. I would be very grateful.
Hope to hear from you Guys soon.
My apologies Guys,
I have since found an alternative.
Thank you for your patience.
Last edited by YanAndrew; 28 Nov 2016 at 22:01.
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