Windows: No to allMay 1, 2009
If you copy multiple files to another location and files with those names already exist, you get asked to overwrite the existing files. Typically, you have the options of Yes, Yes to All, No, and Cancel.
But there’s usually not a No to All option, yet there are times when that option is exactly what you want. Sure, Cancel works fine in many of these situations, but not always. Sometimes you just want a No to All option.
The good news is that you can get it! It’s a hidden ‘feature’ in Windows. All you have to do is hold down the Shift key as you click No and Windows behaves as though you clicked the (non-existent) No to All button.