I copied a large series of folders from my Macbook Pro hard disk to an external disk. I copied it one level too high in the backup hard disk folder structure. So I dragged it down to to the correct folder, and Finder asked if I wanted to replace the contents. Well, yeah, I wanted like named items to replace the old items, since they were likely just duplcates of the same files anyway. I didn't expect it to frickin' delete the entire contents of my backup folder!!! Of course, there is no copy of the old folders in the trash. And no, I don't have a backup of my backup folders. This has to be the dumbest UI decision Apple ever implemented. I've seen many posts of Apple users complaining about this behaviour. Glad to see Apple is listening to its users...not. "It just works". Yeah, a nice marking slogan...if only it were true. Questions: 1) Is there ANY way to disable this stupid UI decision in Finder? 2) What's the best replacement for Finder? 3) What's the best replacement for OSX? Windows? Ubuntu? CentOS? P.S.: It appears Apple doesn't like the word "sucks" on their forum: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/5515734.