N/APosted on - 03/28/2013
Hello Techyv Friends, I am having lots of Audio songs in different location in my system, I am using Windows XP and would like to delete all audio files in a single step.
How to do Audio song delete using DOS command without affecting other files.
Waiting to hear from you,
Audio song delete using DOS command
Hi there Gabrielleriya,
Batch delete is a really simple thing to do using the Command Prompt, but still – it is NOT recommended unless you are 100% sure you know what you are doing. You haven't said what extensions are the files you'd like to remove, so I'll give you an adjustable example how to do a batch delete of all files with the same extension.
Click Start button on your Windows and in Run filed type CMD. Press enter and a console will pop out. By default you are placed in the root of your computer and since you'd like to delete all files in different locations that is a good place to stay.
The command to delete files is rm.
To say you'd like to remove all files, use *.
That means, if you are looking for mp3 files, your line should look like:
Once again – keep in mind that using this line will delete EVERY file with the stated extension, including system files.