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Title: Reuse Bin
Version: 1.0.0.0
Release date: 2010-11-25
OS: Windows 98 and later
Requirements: None
Language: English
Overview: A Recycle Bin substitute for removable media.
License: Freeware
Author: Moochos

Reuse Bin is a Recycle Bin substitute for removable media. The Recycle Bin of Windows does not reserve the files on removable media. Reuse Bin does it instead. The program stores to-delete files in a directory structure that reflects the original locations. For example, a file "C:DocumentsExample.txt" would be stored as "<Bin><Entry>CDocumentsExample.txt". The user can manage (move, copy, delete, etc.) the bin contents freely at one's own risk.

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