Better phrasing of warnings
"You recently deleted x # of files from this device..." I'm a reasonably astute user, but this one's got me really confused. I've got a Windows 10 Mobile device (RIP), a desktop machine, a laptop, and a subscription to Office 365. After having been on vacation and taken gobs of photos that were automatically sync'd to OneDrive, I got the message that I was running out of space. So, I decided to MOVE all of my photos to my desktop machine, thinking that later, I'd restore the ones I wanted access to anywhere anytime back up to OneDrive. Then I get this message! "You recently deleted 422 files from this device. Do you want to remove them from OneDrive too?"
Well shoot **** pup dog! I thought I was removing them from OneDrive and transferring them to this device for safe keeping! I still haven't pushed the "Remove" button, because I'm not certain what's going to happen, and until I get those files on some removable hardware, that warning message is going to be sitting there in the tray. I'm guessing, that if I hit "Remove", the files are going to disappear from OneDrive but still be there on my desktop machine. But I ain't so certain, and I ain't gonna take the chance.
Is it any wonder that I'm doing tech support with my 81 year old mother three times a week!?