Best Way to Delete and Restore Files in Google Drive

If you are using Google drive and you are finding ways through which you can delete and restore files in your Google drive then don’t get panic at all as you can simply apply a few steps to do this in your Google drive. To remove a file from your Drive, what you need is to put it in your trash folder. Through rash folder your file will stay there until the user will empty their trash folder.

In case you have deleted a file from Google drive then to permanently delete the file follow the below-mentioned steps.

On the web

• First of all you need to sign in to drive at
• After this tap on a file.
• Tap on Trash folder.
• In case you move a file to trash or deleted a file then it is automatically removed from the Drive folder from your computer and mobile app.

Empty your trash

In order to empty your trash folder you need to permanently delete an individual file or empty your entire trash. In case you have shared that file with anyone then deleting a file will lose access to it also. So if you want others to be able to still view the file, then you need to give ownership to someone else.

Delete an individual file

• First of all you need to sign in to drive at
• Now in the left panel, tap on Trash.
• Choose a file.
• Now at the top, tap to delete forever.
• After this to Empty your entire trash
• Now go in to your Google drive at
• In the left panel, tap on Trash.
• Make certain that there are no files that you'll want later.
• At the top, tap on the Trash.
• Choose to Empty trash.

How to restore or recover a file from trash

In case you put a file in your trash folder and later need it then what you need I to apply few restoration steps to restore your files from trash. You can restore files from Drive on the web from your computer or from the Drive app for Android.

• For this you need to sign in to drive at
• Now in the left panel, tap on Trash.
• Right-tap on a file.
• Tap to Restore.

In case you still need any tech assistance for deleting or restoring mails or files from your Google drive then what you need is to dial a Gmail technical support number and get solutions right away.

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