Trash, missing desktop

De : Steve W

My deleted folder is missing on my Desk Top.  Does anyone know how can I get it back?

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De : Michael Solomon

If you are referring to the trash, right-click on an empty space on the desktop, click on 'Customize' and click on "Change desktop icons" under tasks on the left column, a check mark next to the trash, and then click on apply and ok.

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