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How do i empty my trash can?


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i know, silly question, but i only have the one clicker mouse. how do i empty the trash?
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click finder in the top left of the screen, empty trash, or click and hold on the trash icon in the ock and select empty trash from the menu, or kb shortcut is shift+command+delete.
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