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kalyse

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Im trying to remove like 10000 music tracks from my computer. I have hundreds of duplicate songs for some reason, any duplicate song will be

 

Song Name.mp3

Song Name 1.mp3

 

 

All the songs are in a master folder and then in sub folders.

 

Can windows use Regex for searching for files?

 

 

I basically want to do something like this.

 

(a-zA-z0-9)+ 1.(a-zA-z0-9){1,3}

 

How would you pull it off?

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Im trying to remove like 10000 music tracks from my computer. I have hundreds of duplicate songs for some reason, any duplicate song will be

 

Song Name.mp3

Song Name 1.mp3

 

 

All the songs are in a master folder and then in sub folders.

 

Can windows use Regex for searching for files?

 

 

I basically want to do something like this.

 

(a-zA-z0-9)+ 1.(a-zA-z0-9){1,3}

 

How would you pull it off?

 

Command prompt to local folder

 

then rm *1.mp3

confirm yes

it will delete all files wildcarded with that name extension. ;)

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