|12 Jun 2012||#2|
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You get that option immediately after you have moved or renamed a file etc; so it only affects that specific action for the one file.
Often renaming\moving files can impact how things work, like they don't work properly anymore, it's a quick way to put things back how they where.
Similarly with the restore files option inthe recycle bin.
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