Disable the delete confirmation dialog on Windows 7
On a Windows-based PC, each time you attempt to eliminate or delete a file, a dialog box will open up that will ask you to confirm the deletion. Windows performs this action so that you can avoid permanently deleting an important file and that too on an accidental basis. However, since it will repeat this action for every single deletion, you may find it irritating, especially if you have a big deletion task at hand (of multiple files). Therefore, to help you in such situations, you can resort to disabling the delete confirmation dialog on your Windows 7-based PC.
Here is how you can do it:
1. Right-click on your ‘Recycle Bin’ and choose ‘Properties’ from the menu.
2. Now you’ll see the Recycle Bin Properties dialog and notice the ‘Display delete confirmation dialog’ at the bottom.
3. Just uncheck the box, and click on ‘OK’.
Using the same steps, you can re-enable the dialog as it is a wonderful tool that helps you prevent accidental deletions of important files. As, it will just take you just three steps to get it done, once you have completed deleting the files, you can immediately re-enable the facility before you consider the task complete.
To better comprehend the steps and to enjoy a recap of the solution, here is a short video that you can check out.