Date Added:Jun. 04, 2013
Downloads Last Week:11
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Is actually able to delete folders with recursively recurring folder names with no problem! Windows 7 couldn't do it because the file path name was too long, which is really lame. I tried multiple BATCH file scripts or command line commands, ROBOCOPY, etc., to delete, rename, shorten names, etc. etc. and spent HOURS with no success, UNTIL I USED FilExile!!! It did the job quickly, but most importantly actually was able to DO THE JOB! :)
Hopefully no spyware or malware, but I didn't see any..
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My friend recommended me a tool for fixing this.
I am skeptic with this king of tool but I was wrong.
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I had an unwanted folder I couldn't delete because it contained 2 files with names too long, and I was going insane trying to find something to get rid of it. I'm not into dealing with command prompt so I looked for software. Some you have to pay for and a couple of free ones did nothing. Then I found FilExile. It's free, it's quick and easy to install, and it's quick and easy to use. Just browse for the target folder and when you've found it, click on delete. My troublesome files were gone at last. All praise to the makers of this splendid tool!
The only con I can think of is it took me a bit of searching to find something as good as this.
Disclaimer: I have no connection of any sort with the developers of this software, I'm just a happy user.
Updated on Aug 18, 2015
Again I had a file with a very long name, something in OneNote 2007 that had duplicated itself several times, each time repeating its original name, which Windoze wouldn't allow me to delete, move or rename, and I was tearing my hair out to find a way of dealing with it..
When I remembered I had FilExile tucked away in my program files, I opened it up and added the cursed file. In one click it was gone! After all the effort I had gone to previously! I couldn't believe it was that easy, I kept checking my system in case the file was still lurking about somewhere, but it really was deleted.
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|Publisher web site||http://filexile.sourceforge.net/|
|Release Date||June 03, 2013|
|Date Added||June 04, 2013|
|Category||Utilities & Operating Systems|
|Operating Systems||Windows NT/2000/XP/Vista/7|
|Downloads Last Week||11|