recursively_delete_folders

When it comes to deleting directories and subdirectories using the command prompt, the regular “rmdir” does not work with a wildcard.

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console-tabbed-command-prompt-cygwin

Every software these days focus on having tabs to help you easily manage multiple files or browsing session in a single instance, the tab functionality though it restricted to browsers, PDF file viewers, text editors etc. For applications such as command prompt and cygwin, there are very less alternatives for tabbed interface, being a programmer […]

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delete-files-recursively

One of our readers asked us a real interesting question, which we really loved to solve. The question was tricky but the solution was real simple. The question asked to us was; Do you know if there’s a way to delete files of a particular filetype from a set of folders quickly in Windows? For […]

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disksum-command-prompt

We have been big fans of Command Line tools, in the past we have talked about a command line tool to recycle your files using the command prompt, and also introduced you to several useful command prompt shortcuts. We prefer using the command line for several tasks such as copying and moving files since its […]

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command-promtpt-f7-shortuct

Typing in long commands can always result in mistakes in order to correct those mistakes you may have to type in the whole command again. Instead of typing in the whole command again you can simply press the F1 key and it output one character at a time from the previous command. if you think that is slow you can use the F2 key which will prompt you the number of characters you want to copy from the previous command.

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