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DelTree



This command-line application allows you to delete directories and the files within them.
Normally, when you try to delete a directory from the command-line you cannot easily delete non-empty directories.


Download

DelTree v1.02 (32-bit)
Size = 4559 bytes
CRC-32 = fb00d684
MD5 = dd8f998db074a5c56211bb93f3b98bd4
SHA-256 = d175299e7b632dde49666f764a2439fc119edd3cb26f322f27522ad4a0e252d0

DelTree v1.02 (64-bit)
Size = 4609 bytes
CRC-32 = 402f32b8
MD5 = 17f89fb89e0e3ec36210f236a77a376c
SHA-256 = a49760f0007a751476946558d581e1c64edfc0a24bd2ca7b9be87d3b4e98d422


Version history

v1.02 (15-Aug-2012)
Initial public version.


Usage

DelTree [-t] [-d] [-n] <[DIR]>


Parameters

-t
Don't delete any files or directories, just test (show) them.

-d
Delete the specified directory itself.

-n
Delete non-empty directories.
WARNING: This will permanently delete all files and (sub-)directories!

DIR
One (or multiple) directories to delete.


Examples

deltree "C:\Temp"

deltree -n -d "D:\Pictures\My Old Files"

deltree -n "E:\Pictures\My Old Files" "E:\Videos\YouTube\My Old Files" "F:\Test dir"