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    For those times when you don't want to delete the folder but want the folder emptied -Add Empty Folder Contents to Windows 7 Right Click Context Menu. | The Windows Club.

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    Not sure I understand that one, Joe. I have always used Ctrl-A to highlight all files in a folder and delete them WITHOUT removing the folder. What am I missing about this one?

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    [quote name='Bigaldoc' post='785827' date='22-Jul-2009 15:53']Not sure I understand that one, Joe. I have always used Ctrl-A to highlight all files in a folder and delete them WITHOUT removing the folder. What am I missing about this one?[/quote]

    You don't have to see the contents. Just right click on the folder and select "delete folder contents...". It removes the contents not the folder. Just save a click or two.

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