Create a Recycle Bin for USB Drive & Removable Media

Your USB Drive or your removable media do not have a Recycle Bin unlike your desktop, and as such, anything you delete from it is just simply gone, with no option to recover it easily. You can however create a Recycle Bin for your USB Drive / Memory Stick / Removable Media using iBin and customize it to your needs.

Recycle Bin for USB Drive & Removable Media

ibin Create a Recycle Bin for USB Drive

The iBin software is a full portable program to work from any removable device in any Windows operate system and language environment.

Just unzip the compacted file and extract the iBin.exe file into any removable device folder. Run the iBin.exe and follow the instructions. The iBin will create the container folder and the necessary files system in the device’s root folder. Once the installation is done, the iBin work in the operate system background.

Just delete any file or folder using the Del key or a command in the right-click menu; the iBin will detect the action and offer the option to dump the files. The data selected can also be dumped or erased using hotkeys.

The iBin keep a track of every file and/or folder dumped, to be easily restored when necessary. If the dumped data is already present in the container, its name is modified.

iBin free download

Visit iBin Download Page. Do read the Documentation & User Guide.

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Anand Khanse is the Admin of, a 10-year Microsoft MVP Awardee in Windows (2006-16) & a Windows Insider MVP. Please read the entire post & the comments first, create a System Restore Point before making any changes to your system & be careful about any 3rd-party offers while installing freeware.


  1. Martin

    Zone Alarm says it found Trojan.Win32.Swisyn.wnl in this zip file.

  2. Lanech

    The name in it self is off putting. The program might work great but I refuse to use a program that uses Apples iName tactics.

  3. Steve

    When I try to run the .exe file, I keep getting the following error message.

    Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
    Thank you.

  4. Dr. M. Klein

    File Name: iBin_v2.7a.exe
    Detection Name: Trojan.Win32.Bumat

    That is correct. But new iBin v2.7a is clean.

  5. Dr. M. Klein

    For any reason it wants the .zip file. Extracted to iBin Folder, you need to open the ibin.exe in this folder. After installation you find the program in the taskbar. Right Click this icon will open a context menu with all options from iBin.

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