We have seen how to make the confirmation dialog appear near your mouse pointer. Here is a little trick to automatically move the mouse pointer in the dialog box under Windows 10/8/7.
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Open Control Panel > Mouse Properties > Pointer Options.
Check box In a dialog box, automatically move the pointer to the default button.
Click Apply > OK.
This activates function Snap To.
Now, when a confirmation dialog box appears, you do not need to physically move the pointer, but the pointer will automatically jump to the default button in the dialog box.
If you have a large screen and are irritated when you need to move your mouse pointer to the center of the screen to confirm small dialog boxes, then this tip may interest you.
Try to get used to it !
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