Have you ever been doing something in Windows that involved multiple files? If so, you’ve probably come across a message similar to this at one time or another:
Notice how there’s an option for “Yes to All”, but no button for “No to All”? What gives? I’m not going to be sitting here rapidly clicking “No” all night, am I?
Well, the good news is that if you find yourself in this situation, all you need to do to get “No to All” is hold the Shift key when you click “No”.
It’s that easy! Just make sure you know what you’re saying no to in the first place!