Delete Stubborn Folders is a batch file to delete folders that you can't remove with normal methods.
Delete Stubborn Folders uses the Robocopy command, a file, or folder replication command-line command.
Using the batch file with PowerShell, we can add a basic graphical user interface to save you the trouble of typing everything out, which is rather complicated.
Right-click on Delete Stubborn Folders.bat and choose Run as administrator.
Select the folder to be deleted.
Press D to delete, C to cancel, or use the X in the top-right corner to close.
If successful, you will see a final window, which you can close.
Any folders that are deleted are permanently gone and not recoverable from the Recycle Bin.
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