Override deletion prompts?

I often have to delete lots of files on my system (especially old backups). Inevitably once I start the delete Windows starts wittering with prompts such as "xxxx is a system file" or "yyyy filename too long" or some other condition. All of which need to have the prompts answered, so the delete process isn't very tidy (as it might be quite some time before one of the many prompts shows up, and I don't notice).

Is there any way to get Opus just to do a delete and override all prompts with 'Yes'? (And copies and other bulk commands where Windows insists on badgering you?).

Thanks,

JB

Well, i donĀ“t know if this works with system files, but you can try adding the "quiet" argument after your delete command, for example:

delete all quiet

or with a DOS-command:

del /Q /S .

Try adding NORECYCLE and FORCE as well:

Delete ALL QUIET NORECYCLE FORCE

Thanks, abr and leo. I'll give it a try (it may be a few days before I hit a good example!).

ATB

JB