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The question itself is self explanatory. As another query I would like to know if it's possible to replace the 'Y' option with 'Enter' keystroke.

marked as duplicate by pomsky, PRATAP, mook765, vanadium, Florian Diesch Jun 28 at 16:44

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  • I am sorry, I couldn't find it in the suggestions below. I wouldn't ask if I had seen it in the first place. – f4him Jun 28 at 16:32
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    It's not a crime to ask a duplicate question :) Many times duplicates serve an important role in the Stack Exchange network, they work as signposts. – pomsky Jun 28 at 16:36
  • Oh! Glad to know that! – f4him Jun 28 at 16:52

Generally the capitalized letter means it's the default. If you press enter without typing any letter it will use the default (in this case 'Y').

  • do you know if using the 'Y' in lowercase makes a difference? When I come upon this situation I just hit 'y' and 'enter'. Just wondering if I am wasting my time hitting 'y', and should just hit 'enter'. Would it do anything to use 'Y' instead, is 'Y' and 'y' the same in this case? – crip659 Jun 28 at 17:44
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    Assuming 'y' is the default (in which case it will be capitalized), there's not difference between 'Y<enter', 'y<enter>', or just '<enter' – Ryan J. Yoder Jun 28 at 17:53

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