No to All?

Why isn't there a "No to All" option in Windows? That's one thing that always bugged me. Say when I'm coming all the files from one directory to another, and I never want the new files to overwrite files in the old directory, why should I have to keep clicking 'no'? Am I missing something?

Comments

Anonymous said…
I will say Amen to the No to all option.

Maybe you can email Microsoft about tt.

Reminds me about Fisher Black,
he would feedback on how to improve
on the hand held diary hehe I read.
plenTpak said…
Holding shift while clicking "No" will do "No to All". Why they didn't just stick a "No to All" button is beyond me. Maybe they thought it'd make the dialog box too big. =P

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