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Friday, December 28, 2012

How To Disable The “Are You Sure You Want To Open This File?” Warning Message In Mac OS X

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Here’s something for our Mac OS X users! Well, starting from Mac OS X Snow Leopard, you may have noticed that when you downloaded a file from the web and go to open it, you’ll get a prompt saying something along these lines. Though this is Mac OS X just being safe, but if you always know for sure what you are downloading, then, it could even be overly safe. So, you can disable this message by executing the commands below. Just check it out!

Disable warning message that says are you sure you want to open this file

First, launch the Mac OS X Terminal, and type in the following command;

defaults write com.apple.LaunchServices LSQuarantine -bool NO

After that, you’ll need to reboot (although killing the Finder should work as well) for the changes to take effect. In order to reverse this and get the file quarantine message black type in the following;

defaults write com.apple.LaunchServices LSQuarantine -bool YES

Then, as usual, you need to reboot or kill the Finder to have the changes back.

Well, if you’ll have any difficulty while executing the above commands, then, don’t hesitate, just write to us in our comment section below. Also, if you are successful in performing the above, then, just don’t forget to share your views and comments on this with us.


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Article by Prativa Khuntia

Hello Friends ! This is Prativa, a full time writer who covers breaking Apple News and writes all the things about iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Mac OS X exclusively for 3noobs.com. I love descriptive writing. Apart from that I have great interest on Science related topics as I was a Science student.

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