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Disable Delete Confirmation Dialog in Windows 7 or Vista

Some times it is good that the windows ask for confirmation before every action. Like before deleting a file or editing it or transferring it to any other location. But some times it not such good things to do as you have to press ok every time you delete a file. In cases when you have to delete multiple files and a confirmation box appears ever time.

Method 1:

The simplest solution is present and it is also reliable. But it is suggested not to do this because you might loss precious data.
Open the properties of Recycle Bin.

Find the option of “Display delete confirmation dialog” that will be at the bottom.
Just what you have to do is that uncheck the option of “Display delete confirmation dialog” and you are done. The process is completed.

Method 2:

If you want to keep this option blocked for other users in your system and you are the administrator on that system. You can easily do this by using the registry hack.

From the start menu open the search box and write “gpedit.msc”
Then navigate to the following address.

User ConfigurationAdministrative TemplatesWindows ComponentsWindows Explorer then double click on Display confirmation dialog when deleting files.
You want to make it disable for every one other than you.

After you close out of Local Group Policy Editor, go back to the Recycle Bin properties and you’ll see the dialog is enabled and grayed out so users cannot change it.
You can also do this process by using registry hack. Type “regedit” in the search box

In editor write the following key to reach the destination:

HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionPoliciesExplorer

After that make a new file DWORD value to proceed.

Give the name ConfirmFileDelete to that file and assign it a value1. To see that whether it works or not log of and then again log on to the account.


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