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superb program - eliminated recursive folder problem

Dec 11, 2011 at 6:56 AM
Edited Dec 11, 2011 at 7:00 AM


Today I had a recursive folder with x sub-directories (I would have to check the log file to find out how many) and using up the disk sapce on my auxiliary D: drive where I keep my data ... recursive from a Cobian backup ... that would choke all sorts of attempts to delete or even rename). I discovered the problem when DiskBoss told me that it had to abort the scan/analyze, because of long file names or paths or something beyond Windows ok.  So I looked at these RUN (dos) attempts, by hand and by batch files ... I tried my handy PowerCmd... and also one commercial program that told you they were commercial after the install and test ($17 for single user).  And I think they may have used the code base here, it looked similar.

Anyway, Deep Remove ran perfectly, flawlessly, intuitively and quickly, and got rid of thousands of files and hundreds of subfolders perfectly, once I pointed it graphically to the right place.

My compliments to the chefs.

Steven Avery

Queens, NY

Jun 20, 2012 at 6:35 PM


Glad to hear it worked fine for you.

The chef had received your compliments!!!

Best regards,

JuanPablo Jofre

Issaquah, WA