Disable File Delete Confirmation Dialog in Windows 7
Edited by Lukward Thomason, Alexander Avdeev, Eng
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For example, we can right-click on the desktop, hover over "New", and click "Text Document" to create a new text document.
Then, we click on the created file and press "Delete" on the keyboard, a window will pop up.
The window will ask if we are sure to send the file to Recycle Bin.
We click "Yes" to confirm the deletion.
We can right-click Recycle Bin and click "Empty Recycle Bin" to confirm our choice and delete the file forever.
To change this, we need to right-click on Recycle Bin.
Then, we click "Properties".
Now, we need to uncheck "Display delete confirmation dialog" by clicking it.
We do the same thing by right-clicking on the desktop, hovering over "New", and clicking "Text Document" to create a new text document.
Then, we press "Delete" on the keyboard.
The confirmation dialog will not be there, and the file will be sent straight to Recycle Bin.
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Video: Disable File Delete Confirmation Dialog in Windows 7
Recent edits by: Alexander Avdeev, Lukward Thomason