Can’t put something into Windows recycling Bin?

i have an unwanted icon on my desktop called network magic folders. When i drag it to the recycling bin, a little red circle with an arrow through it comes up. Also, when i right click, I can not hit delete or anything. First good answer will get a quick points.


  • Do this, it will delete it

    Remove on Reboot Shell Extension is a simple but useful shell extension, that allows you to delete files automatically after the next reboot. This is useful if you need to delete a file that is currently in use (locked) and cannot be deleted from within Windows. Just right-click and select “Delete on Reboot” and the file will be automatically deleted.


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