As the saying goes 'the pursuit of human beings is endless' this is not I have just contacted the Windows system for a few days and I saw a fresher system on the market Many friends have started a new early adopter and a journey of pursuit! However in a completely unfamiliar working environment if you want to obtain good operating efficiency how difficult is it to get good operating efficiency; however the following pieces of Windows contributed Server 2008 operation new tricks can make us operate more efficiently in the new working environment!
An accidental operation error the author recovered the Windows Server 2008 system desktop The station icon is deleted. I originally hoped to solve the problem by opening the display properties window of the system desktop finding the setting options related to the recycle bin icon and making appropriate modifications but when I right-clicked the Windows Server 2008 system desktop I found that the right button popped up afterwards There is no 'Properties' command in the menu so how can I make the lost recycle bin icon reappear on the system desktop? In fact in the Windows Server 2008 system environment we can follow the steps below to retrieve the lost recycle bin Icon:
First right-click the blank area on the Windows Server 2008 system desktop and select the 'Personalization' option from the pop-up shortcut menu to open the personalized settings window of the local system;
Next click on the 'Change Desktop Icon' option in the list area on the left side of the setting window to open the desktop icon setting window (as shown in Figure 1). In the 'Desktop Icon' list of the window we found recycling The station option has been unchecked which is why the icon does not appear on the system desktop. At this point we can re-select the recycle bin option and then click the 'OK' button so that the missing recycle bin icon will reappear on the Windows Server 2008 system desktop.
Of course in the desktop icon setting window we can also decide whether to 'computer' ' Icons such as 'Network' 'Control Panel' and 'User's Files' are displayed on the Windows Server 2008 system desktop. If you want to display an icon on the system desktop you only need to select the corresponding option. Previous 12 3 4 5 6 Next Read the full text?All low-cost online car-hailing is rubbish