If you use Windows 7 instead of Windows 8, you can notice Windows 10 doesn’t display a confirmation dialog when you delete a file, this is normal and is the default behavior in Windows 8 and 8.1, and Microsoft has implemented the same in New Windows also. If you want Windows 10 to display the confirmation dialog when you delete a file follow the steps mentioned below.

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Set Windows 10 to display delete confirmation dialog

1. Right click on Recycle Bin on the desktop, select Properties

2. Select ‘Display delete confirmation dialog’ and click ‘OK’.

It’s always good to see the confirmation warning on the screen, -as even advanced users may accidentally delete files, which will turn into helpful in those situations.

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Do you want Windows to warn you when you attempt to delete a file or want it go directly to recycle bin? Let us know your opinions with in the comments.

Updated on May 12, 2017.