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Backups and Data Analysis

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Re: Backups and Data Analysis

Can't you just output the results of the search to a file which could then be processed by some kind of script to carry out the desired actions?

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Re: Backups and Data Analysis


@TeeGee wrote:

Search Update:

Search Gives a mass of options in Windows 10 listing everything with a view of the image. You can also click into the viewer to see full frame and move to the next one. Sadly, in either view it does not seem possible to delete via Search!

Thought I was nearly there.....


@TeeGee 

I can't speak for Win10, but both Win7 native search and FileLocator Lite allow you to delete (and a few other things) from within the search results.

Have you tried right-clicking on the files you wish to delete?

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Re: Backups and Data Analysis


@RobPN wrote:

@TeeGee wrote:

Search Update:

Search Gives a mass of options in Windows 10 listing everything with a view of the image. You can also click into the viewer to see full frame and move to the next one. Sadly, in either view it does not seem possible to delete via Search!

Thought I was nearly there.....


@TeeGee 

I can't speak for Win10, but both Win7 native search and FileLocator Lite allow you to delete (and a few other things) from within the search results.

Have you tried right-clicking on the files you wish to delete?


 

I think I have cracked it! FileLocatoreLite. W7. Log in as Administrator.

List files *.jpg in drive or folder

Select 20 or so files

Right click Open or Preview.

Files can now be deleted from the view screen!

 

Thanks to all and off to pot on tomatoes now.  This and backup is really a job for dark nights!

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Re: Backups and Data Analysis

Got any JPEG files? 😀

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Re: Backups and Data Analysis


@VileReynard wrote:

Got any JPEG files? 😀


Yes - TWO.......😇