Whenever I move or delete files in Windows XP, the explorer seems to have to ask me, if I really want to do it, whenever there's a read-only file, or an executable, or for some other strange reasons. This is very annoying, especially in case of executables, since they're surely no more valuable than regular files. Moreover, it slows down operations which should take no time.
I mostly use better tools like FreeCommander, but sometimes the explorer is handy. Is there a way to switch this "feature" off?
Update: This is NOT about the confirmation, when I press DELETE. This confirmation is OK and I want to keep it. What I want to get rid of, is the additional confirmation for deleting or moving files Windows considers important (but I do not). For example, when moving a large directory, Windows seems to look at all the files therein, in order to ask me if I really want to move foo.exe. I say "Yes to ALL", then it finds a read-only file, I say "Yes to ALL", then it finds... and finally I find myself swearing like a sailor.