But not every user wants or needs the Recycle Bin on their desktop, perhaps because they’ve disabled its functionality in Windows, or because they prefer a clean desktop with minimal or no icons.
The other side of the argument is that the icons don’t conform to the Modern UI guidelines, and this I understand.
In a typical Windows 10 installation, only Recycle Bin will be checked.
Go ahead and uncheck the box next to Recycle Bin and then click Apply at the bottom of the window to hide the Recycle Bin from your Windows 10 desktop.
So without further ado, here’s how you would get your Recycle Bin icon back in Windows if you deleted it or removed it by accident.
First, right-click on the Desktop and select Personalize.