Removes folder or directory structures that are too deep to remove by traditional tools or shell commands in Windows.
Written in C# with calls into Kernel32.
This tool will help you to remove nested folder structures that seem infinitively deep.
The only requirement is that you must be the owner of the entire structure, in order to succesfully remove all folders. If you are unsure about owning the entire structure; then, take ownership of the root folder using any of the following guides:
In some really deep folder structures, you might need to run the application more than once. My worst case was deleting a 230 GB restore, made with robocopy, where I needed to run the app 4 times (actually the app was run once; the button had to be pressed 4 times).