If you don't own the file, removing the file from your Drive only removes it for you. You can permanently delete an individual file or empty your entire trash.
Put a file in trash. To remove a file from your Drive, you can put it in your trash. Your file will stay there until you empty your trash. If you're the owner of the file.
Find or recover a file. Here are some tips to help you find missing files in Google Drive. Click Restore. You can't find something & you don't think you deleted it.
Access Google Drive with a free Google account (for personal use) or G Suite account (for business use).
As you can see, the majority of my Google Drive space is being occupied by the files from your Drive, you'll need to empty your Trash folder.
Hi,I have tried to empty the bin/trash multiple times, but the items that I had moved to the bin/trash show up again after a while and don't get.
At the top, click Trash. Select Empty trash. NOTE: When the Google Drive Trash Bin is emptied this permanently deletes the files. Let me know if.