Google will soon add a trash folder to file manager on Chromebooks, Offering users a second chance to restore their deleted files

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The unthinkable happened: you just deleted the wrong file by accident, and it happened to be a school essay that you spent days working on.


If you didn’t save a backup of the document on your Chromebook, unfortunately, there is nothing you can do to get that file back.

With Windows, the Recycle Bin gives us a second chance to restore a file or folder you deleted from the file manager, but with a Chromebook, the files are permanently erased from your device.


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