Batch Delete
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Batch Delete... This app lets you select multiple files from the Finder, and delete them. Great if you need to delete multiple files at once. This nifty app is great for all users who either simply have lots of junk in their computer, or need to delete multiple files quickly and efficiently. In case you accidentally select the wrong files, simply select ABORT in the confirmation dialog. Note: While this is for Mac OS X 10.5 or later, it should work seamlessly in Tiger or earlier.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.5 or later






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jDaniell5900 reviewed on 30 Sep 2013
Ive been clearing out my hard drive of useless and old files gathered over the years. Also one of my data rescue programs apparently split 100 gb of movies and tv shows into 1/4 million tiny 3 second .mpgs. I have had a nightmare for 2 days deleting countless files, but not wanting to delete some in the same folder. I tried deleting the normal way but the finder hung each time. One time it seemed to work but after i woke up, i found the system had stopped with 300K files left. I tried other programs, nothign worked . This baby worked the first time. It deleted 150K files with no problem. Thank you very much, this is a GREAT little app!
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Stormchild commented on 27 Jun 2008
Wow.

How many stupid pieces of software are you planning to release today?

This one is even more pointless than "Force Quit All Apps".

Would you mind going back to working at Burger King and stop flooding MacUpdate with this nonsense.
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Double H Software (developer) replied on 27 Jun 2008
Let me quote you,"Wow. How many stupid pieces of software are you planning to release today?"

and

"Would you mind going back to working at Burger King and stop flooding MacUpdate with this nonsense"

Who are you calling a twelve year old in your earlier comment, this is the kind of nonsense that MacUpdate is being flooded with, honestly, this is the kind of stuff I would expect from Patrick of Spongebob, not a grown man.
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Dalahast commented on 27 Jun 2008
What is better about this than using Cmd+click and then Cmd+Delete? I do that all the time.
[Version 1.0]

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Double H Software (developer) replied on 27 Jun 2008
What's better is that you can hierarchically go through deep folders quickly and efficiently.
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Dalahast replied on 27 Jun 2008
Hm, that's a nice feature. Is this an app you place in the top bar of the Finder that acts on selected files, or is it a full app with a GUI that lets you browse through files?
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Double H Software (developer) replied on 27 Jun 2008
It brings up a selection window where you select files and folders from. To your first point, yes, you can do that, if you open file/s with it, then it still brings up the dialog, but if you don't select anything, then it will delete them.
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Downloads:1,956
Version Downloads:1,956
Type:Utilities : System
License:Free
Date:27 Jun 2008
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Batch Delete... This app lets you select multiple files from the Finder, and delete them. Great if you need to delete multiple files at once. This nifty app is great for all users who either simply have lots of junk in their computer, or need to delete multiple files quickly and efficiently. In case you accidentally select the wrong files, simply select ABORT in the confirmation dialog. Note: While this is for Mac OS X 10.5 or later, it should work seamlessly in Tiger or earlier.


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