Do you really want to empty your trash, and as such get tired of seeing the warning message? Click To Share With FriendsI’ve come across several Macs where the trash can has not been emptied since the machine was bought. Right-Click (or Control Click) the selected files, then choose Move to Trash from the pop-up menu.
In each case you get a warning – Are you sure you want to permanently erase items in the trash.

If you don’t to want to see this warning, go to the Finder, click the Finder Menu, choose Preferences and on the tab labelled Advanced, uncheck Show warning before emptying the Trash.
Right-Click (or Control Click) on some items in the Trash and a pop-up menu offers the option to Put Back.
The two-stage deletion process, of moving files to a trash folder and then emptying that trash folder, is also found in many Applications.
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