Windows XP needs to prioritise properly the necessity versus cosmetic
This was an experience while I was unpacking the Todolist contents from an encrypted compressed folder. When I copied the folder from the encrypted zip file and pasted on the desktop, I got the 'Enter Password' dialog but even before I entered the password, the focus on the textbox blurred and the compressed folders progress bar started to appear. Now I had to manually click in the textbox to enter the password.
I just thought this is a significant user-friendliness issue in Windows XP compressed folders. Windows XP should need prioritise properly on which operation should given more priority. In this particular case, the password dialog should be given more precedence than the progress bar which can run without focus.