- Various features have been added to the file system including subdirectories, codepage support, extended attributes, and long filenames.
- Even in its earliest version XTree contained features like listing all files of a branch, including subdirectories, listing of all files on a disk, or viewing a file's contents in text or hexadecimal format ( regardless of its file extension ), a feature never added to the built-in Windows file manager.
- What you want is the / s switch, which has the del command also include subdirectories-- so you would type del / s * . txt from the root directory of the hard drive in question, and it should delete every . txt file from that hard drive, provided that they aren't read-only.