Delete FXP Files - Personal Edition 1.2.72
This application provides you with a graphical means of deleting directories and file names that are the result of getting tagged.
Getting tagged results in various folders and files being created that contain reserved identifiers and confuse Windows Explorer and the command prompt, making it difficult to delete them using normal means. Delete FXP Files can handle file names that contain reserved identifiers and shell-confusing names like NUL, CON, CLOCK$ or prn.hsp.laserjet. It can handle nested directories and uses the shell file information routines, so you get the correct file icons and type information. It automatically highlights suspect files and directories.
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