Quote: Originally Posted by Tews
Is one additional click all that much of a problem????
It's three additional clicks every single time I want to unzip something I already have an earlier version of. It gets really annoying in my opinion.
If you want windows 7 to act like XP, why did you upgrade in the first place?
Because I do not have a version of Windows XP to install on this computer, and I haven't found a place where I can buy XP anymore.
When Windows 7 finds that a file already exists in the destination, then you will be asked whether you want to move, replace, or keep both. Furhermore, there will be a checkbox for applying your answer to all of the files you're copying.
This is not the problem, the problem is that it does it for both the folder and after that the files inside it. So I need four clicks for something which I could previously do in one. And I copy and replace existing folders all the time and it does get really annoying, especially when I'm doing a lot of folder upgrades at the same time.