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.
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    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.
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    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.
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    To change this, we need to right-click on Recycle Bin.
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    Then, we click "Properties".
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    Now, we need to uncheck "Display delete confirmation dialog" by clicking it.
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    Then, we click "OK".
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    We do the same thing by right-clicking on the desktop, hovering over "New", and clicking "Text Document" to create a new text document.
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    Then, we press "Delete" on the keyboard. The confirmation dialog will not be there, and the file will be sent straight to Recycle Bin. This concludes the tutorial on how to disable file deletion confirmation in Windows 7. Thank you for watching VisiHow! If you have any other comments or questions, please leave them in the comment section below.
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Categories : Windows

Recent edits by: Alexander Avdeev, Lukward Thomason

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