I'm trying to live with Vista on one of my boxes as I assume I'll be supporting it more and more all the time. This is one of the many things that just bugs the H--l out of me.
Often I'll do some work on my XP laptop, then later be on my Vista box and just just pull the entire folder across my wireless network to the Vista machine. On previous versions of Windows I could just make the whole folder with all it's updated files overwrite the folder on the target computer. That way I knew I had the latest of everything without many steps.
Now with Vista I get this "Merge folders" dialogue box, and twice now it has brought over some new files, but deleted updated files in favor of the one that was there a few days ago. So I loose a day of work.
What the folks in Redmond are thinking here I don't have any clue. Anyone else bugged by this or am I missing something simple?