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Tuesday, August 9, 2016

How To Prevent Windows10 From Prompting Delete Confirmation Box

We have noticed that by default, Windows10 does not ask you to confirm delete. But if yours is prompting you the delete confirmation box, and you no longer want it (Windows10) to keep asking you to confirm the deleting action you are about to take, then do the following:

  • Locate the Recycle Bin icon in your computer desktop and Right-click on it.

  • Select Properties from the menu that appear after you've right-clicked on the Recycle Bin icon.

  • Uncheck the box Display delete confirmation box which is in the Recycle Bin Properties dialog box that will appear.

  • Finally click Ok.
That is all. You can try deleting something now to check if Windows will still prompt the delete confirmation box. We are 101% sure that Windows will not after you have done those steps outline above.

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