Using "del /s *.backup.*" will also work.

The /S switch tells the command to recursively trawl directories for
the matching files, and terminate them.

--- rebecca officer <rebecca.officer at alliedtelesis.co.nz> wrote:

> If you have a tree of directories with archived files in them, I have
> a
> neat
> little utility called sweep.com that executes a .bat or an .exe in
> all
> of
> the directories in the tree.  Free.


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