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WINDOWS File in Recycling Bin

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Hey, how's it going, everyone?
I've just run across this website, and found a place, that could quite possibly answer my questions without having to deal with the hassle of on-the-phone technical support. Can't stand that.
At any rate, I've run across a bit of a problem, and figured I'd see if anyone could assist me in discovering the nature and gravity of this dillema in my machine.

I turned on my computer, about. . . thirty minutes ago, and have just come to find that what appears to be a WINDOWS file has ended up in the recycling bin. But, I didn't put it there. Now, here's the strange part.

When I open the bin, to put that folder in its proper place. . .

And it's not there. ><!!! This has been quite frustrating as I can't seem to find a solution in very many places. This isn't the first time it's happened. The last time, I restarted. And ended up with a blank desktop on restart. I was able to resolve the issue on Safe Mode, with IOBIT 360. But, I don't want this to be a recurring problem. Is there any way to resolve this problem permanently, before it becomes an extreme, reoccuring annoyance?
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How do you know a Windows file/folder is actually in the Recycle Bin if there's nothing there to be seen?
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