In this article, we have discussed how to enable Trash (Recycle Bin) on ChromeOS. It’s pretty exciting to see desktop-level features getting added to ChromeOS slowly and steadily. Apart from Linux and Android support, ChromeOS recently added Clipboard History, Nearby Share, and Native Screen Recording has arrived on Chromebooks. Alongside all this, ChromeOS has now added a newTrash (a Recycle Bin-like) folder to the Files app, and you can access it by following this easy guide. So, how to enable trash on ChromeOS? Well, before you proceed to the instructions, the first thing you need to ensure is that your Chromebook is running the most recent version, i.e., Chrome OS 89 on it. You don’t need to head over to the Dev or Beta channel, as you can access the Trash feature on the Stable channel only. That said, let’s proceed further to the steps to enable Trash (Recycle Bin) on Chrome OS.