Enable/Disable Delete Confirmation Prompt Using Registry Editor
- Click on "WIN+R" key combination to launch RUN dialog box.
- Type regedit in RUN dialog box .
- Click on 'OK' to open the registry. (Select 'yes' if a prompt comes up to allow access to the registry).
- Navigate to this key below:
- Right click on 'explorer', then select 'New'.
- Click on Dword (32-bit) value.
- Set the name as ConfirmFileDelete
- Hit the enter key.
- In the dialog box that appears, set its value to 1 to enable confirmation dialog box or set it to 0 to disable confirmation dialog box.
Enable/Disable Delete Confirmation Dialog Box Using Recycle Bin
- Navigate to the recycle bin.
- Click on 'manage' tab.
- Click on 'Recycle Bin Properties'.
- Tick the option 'display delete confirmation dialog'.
- Click on 'Ok' to save changes.