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Author Topic: Empty Folder Nuker: A freeware program that will find and delete empty folders  (Read 10053 times)

KenR

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Great easy tool to use. Have it find the empty folders from the base folder you specify and then have it delete them.

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# Finds folders that contain only empty subfolders too
# Allows you to choose which empty folders to delete
# Uses the Recycle Bin where applicable
# Shell integration: right click on any folder in Windows Explorer and find empty folders within it
# No setup.exe: allows simple XCOPY-style deployment...



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Hello,

isn't it what DelEmpty by Skrommel is for?
BTW, DelEmpty is still mentioned on Skrommel's web page http://www.donationc.../Skrommel/index.html but it has been (accidentally?) removed.

Salut!

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Actually, it wasn't removed, only the link is wrong.
Just scroll down, or download from here: http://www.donationc...elEmpty/DelEmpty.exe

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Here's something I thought I'd never have any use for....until now. ;)

Thanks
I`m a firm believer in the philosophy of a ruling class, especially since I rule.

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Great easy tool to use.

 :up:  Thanks for telling, KenR. Great little program!

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 :o I always wanted program like this!!! thank you!!