excellent tip Mo thank you for sharing.
On 19 Jul 2018, at 16:29, Mobeen Iqbal <mobeeniqbal@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Recently, we have had issues with clients where people are pressing delete on
files and icons accidentally. In windows7 and earlier, windows would prompt
you if you wanted to delete a file. However in windows 8 and 10, people are
no longer prompted for a confirmation. This has been very annoying especially
for visually impaired users, as you have no way of knowing where or if a file
or desktop icon has gone until you go looking for it. Here's the solution.
1. Go to your desktop with windows D.
2. Find the recycle bin icon and press alt enter on it to go in to properties.
3. Tab to the last checkbox on the page that says display delete confirmation
and tick it. Tab to OK and press enter.
Restart your computer and the old behaviour should return.
Thanks for reading,
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