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I'm a beginner in Blender. I started using it and found that in order to delete something I gotta confirm the action.

Can it be disabled?

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From Blender 2.8 onwards you can delete without confirmation by pressing Delete.

Though deleting with X by default asks for a confirmation, you can opt out of this by changing the keymap for Object Mode> Delete as commented by @sambler.

Unchecked confirm option

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    $\begingroup$ While 2.7x always needs to confirm deleting, in 2.80 confirm to delete objects is an option and we can disable it and save it in our keymap settings. $\endgroup$
    – sambler
    Apr 12 '19 at 7:26

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