How do I kill the annoying "yes to all" prompts to avoid having to 'babysit' the process when copying or deleting large folders in Windows XP?
Occasionally I delete or copy large folders in Windows XP----as do many people.
How can I get rid of the annoying "yes to all" prompts that appear so that I don't have to 'babysit' this process and it can complete on its own?
I realize the value of the prompts during a delete process, but I occasionally encounter large folders of dead documents that need to be deleted; sometimes I need to copy large folders for backup purposes. Thanks.