SelectiveDelete [Latest]

The SelectiveDelete application was designed to be a small console tool that will delete folders that don’t contain files with a certain extension.
SelectiveDelete.exe [options]
/h — Print help
/v — Use verbose output
/f — Don’t ask for confirmation
/t — Test mode. Doesn’t actually delete folders







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This simple console application is a small command-line utility designed to delete folders that don’t contain any files with a certain extension.
SelectiveDelete.exe [options]
/h — Print help
/v — Use verbose output
/f — Don’t ask for confirmation
/t — Test mode. Doesn’t actually delete folders
This application works on Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP and OSX.
Current Status:
– The application is made on Visual Studio 2005.
– There is one option/command line arg
– Sorting is done on a test to see if there are files in the folder. (This is where the help message is based on).
– There is an automatically displayed message that has had a lot of testing.
– Each test is run about 100 times.
– The application was tested on Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 and Windows 8 RC.
– The application wasn’t running in the background.
– It was tested on a 1.67GHz processor.
– The program ran a little slow on Windows 8 but it also had other problems.
– The application can delete files now.
– It’s no longer a console application.
– The application has an executable with a.exe file extention.
– The file isn’t large.
Future plans:
– Add a Options/Params menu so you don’t have to use the console
– Add a Toggle Enabled menu
– Add a file extension menu
– Add a Folder and file name menu
– Add a confirmation messages menu
– Add a file name menu
– Add a folder name menu
– Testing is not done 100 times on each folder.
– Testing is done 4 times on each folder.
– The name of the file extension is “readme.”
– The name of the executable file is “SelectiveDelete.”
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of

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If no date is specified then the currently logged in user’s ID will be used to select folders and subfolders. If you specify an ID then that ID will be used regardless of the folder/subfolder current ID. If a date is specified in YYYY-MM-DD format then only folders/subfolders that were created after that date will be deleted. If you don’t provide a date then the last folder/subfolder modification date will be used.
Verbose/Test Mode:
If set to 1 the application will output debugging information to the command prompt.
If set to 0 the application will silently run and silently delete folders/subfolders.
> SelectiveDelete Cracked 2022 Latest Version.exe /v
> SelectiveDelete.exe /v /h
> SelectiveDelete.exe /v /f
The application will print help and then delete any folders/subfolders that do not contain any files with the following extensions:.mp3,.mp4,.mpg,.avi,.wmv,.mkv,.asf,.asx,.ogg,.m3u,.rts,.ogg,.mka,.m3u,.rtt,.mka,.shn,.wvx,.svg.
SelectiveDelete Version History:
v0.5_03_05_09: Cleaned up the code so that it should run correctly even if it isn’t in the current user’s folder. Now the application is sandboxed and will ensure that the user running the application is the current user.
v0.5_03_05_06: Included more extensions and some type checking.
v0.5_03_05_05: Corrected some of the code to be able to cope with the file sizes being too big for IntPtr.
v0.5_03_05_04: Added the /t and /v options.
v0.5_03_03_29: The application is now sandboxed and the current user is used.
v0.5_03_03_28: The application is now sandboxed, the current user is used and the.RAR and.EXE extensions are whitelisted.
v0.5_03_03_27: Updated the help message.
v0.5_03_03_26: Updated

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This utility is intended to help administrators who occasionally need to free up space on their Windows systems.
It’s created as a quick, easy-to-use Windows Console App.
Frees up even more space on a system
Manages Free disk space more efficiently
Deletes files from a drive
Automatically scans all drives for files to be deleted
Deletes folders from a drive as well
This utility was developed using Microsoft Visual C# 6.0
It should work on any version of Windows
Note: Please see the readme.txt for more information
SelectiveDelete License:
SelectiveDelete is available as freeware.
No advertisements.
Privacy Policy:
I want you to have a positive, rewarding experience with SelectiveDelete. That’s why I
have no interest in collecting or transmitting any personally identifiable information.
What’s New:
Version 0.1
All the files were deleted.
Version 0.2
Added version checking
Version 0.2.1
Added a registry entry.
Version 0.2.2
Fixed a bug where the process wasn’t starting
Version 0.3
Fixed a bug where the registry would get cleared every time the file name changes
Version 0.4
Fixed some bugs related to the process exit code.
Version 0.4.1
Added the version info to the console window.
Version 0.4.2
Fixed a bug where the process would get stuck.
Version 0.4.3
Fixed a bug where the program would crash if it was started multiple times in a row.

@RoelHermsen: I didn’t say they were, I said that the license is free.


You’re more than welcome to use the code, but I’d suggest you store your program files in a separate drive. I’ve seen programs that installed themselves or changed the Windows Registry corrupt all of the main C:/ drive.


Asking a question and posting a program is one thing, but selling the program in question is probably not so good.
I would not trust this program with my data, even if it is free.
In your case it’s a security breach.

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This is a small console application that was created to delete folders that do not contain files with a certain extension.
The application automatically searches for every folder on the selected drives and removes folders that don’t contain any files with the specified extensions.
Just type in the path to your destination folder and optionally a path for the extension, you can use wildcards too.
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#[doc = “Reader of register DIRECTCMD”]
pub type R = crate::R;
#[doc = “Writer for register DIRECTCMD”]
pub type W = crate::W;
#[doc = “Register DIRECTCMD `reset()`’s with value 0”]
impl crate::ResetValue for super::DIRECTCMD {
type Type = u32;
fn reset_value() -> Self::Type {
#[doc = “Reader of field `DIR`”]
pub type DIR_R = crate::R;
#[doc = “Write proxy for field `DIR`”]
pub struct DIR_W {
w: &’a mut W,
impl DIR_W {
#[doc = r”Writes raw bits to the field”]
pub unsafe fn bits(self, value: u32) -> &’a mut W {
self.w.bits = (self.w.bits &!0x00000001) | ((value as u32) & 0x00000001);
impl R {
#[doc = “Bits 0:1”]
pub fn dir(&self) -> DIR_R {

System Requirements:

OS: Windows 10 64 bit
Processor: i5, i7
Graphics: NVIDIA 8800GT / AMD Radeon HD 5770 / NVIDIA Geforce GTX260 or better
DirectX: Version 11
Hard Drive: 3 GB Free
Sound Card: Analog Output
Video Output: NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround Ready
OS: Windows 7 64 bit
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4 GHz or better