This feature is also to help prevent people who do not know what they are doing from deleting critical files, or making changes that would be detrimental to the computers operation. By removing this prompt you are telling the system to ignore those safeguards.
Even though you may know what you are doing, or what you are trying to do, there are a lot of people who dont. My grandmother for example has no clue how to even uninstall a program properly. So if she found the file with the name of the program she wanted to uninstall, she would delete it. Leaving many parts of the program still integrated into her system without the proper files to reference, where having this protection helps prevent her from doing just that.
It is not a perfect system, but it is an attempt at retaining system integrity.
-- Windows 7 Ultimate on custom built system, Windows 10 on under powered laptop. Sophos UTM 9, Ubuntu Server and Windows Server 2008 R2. HyperV Virtualization --
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