iTunes - 'Move to recycle bin' instead of 'Keep file'?

blizeH

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Sep 3, 2009
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Hi,

I'm wondering if there is a way to completely remove this option and just have 'Move to recycle bin' as the default option? I know it's only one extra key press, but sometimes it doesn't register meaning I now have a ridiculous amount of apps on my PC (over 600!) when actually in iTunes I only have around 400.

The same applies to podcasts and music - I dread to think how many things I've deleted yet are still on my computer taking up space, for what it's worth if I delete things from iTunes, I 100% of the time want to remove it from my PC too.

Any suggestions or tips on how to do this would be much appreciated, thank you :)
 

batting1000

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Sep 4, 2011
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Hi,

I'm wondering if there is a way to completely remove this option and just have 'Move to recycle bin' as the default option? I know it's only one extra key press, but sometimes it doesn't register meaning I now have a ridiculous amount of apps on my PC (over 600!) when actually in iTunes I only have around 400.

The same applies to podcasts and music - I dread to think how many things I've deleted yet are still on my computer taking up space, for what it's worth if I delete things from iTunes, I 100% of the time want to remove it from my PC too.

Any suggestions or tips on how to do this would be much appreciated, thank you :)
There should be a checkbox on one of the dialogs that pop up saying "Do not ask me again" or something like that.
 

blizeH

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Sep 3, 2009
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Thanks, unfortunately nothing here though, running iTunes 10.6 on Windows