Making Game: How to delete all the open files in notepad++

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I have opened many files in notepad++ window tabs. Is there any way(or any plugin) in npp to quickly delete all the open files?

I don’t want to go to each tab, right click and use Move to Recycle Bin, since there are thousands of open files so I’m looking for a shortcut to delete all these open files in one shot. Could some please suggest if there is any way to do it?

This is a comment not an answer, but unfortunately I don’t have enough “reputation” to add comments…

My suggestion is to use another tool: Total Commander would be an excellent candidate for your task: https://www.ghisler.com/download.htm

It’s so easy in TC to search for files Alt+F7 containing your specific text, just check the “Find text” field Alt+T, then when search is done select “Feed to listbox” Alt+L, and finally Select All Ctrl+A and Delete them

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Note: if you want to preview any of your files before deletion just F3 over them and you can quickly view the content (and while viewing, keep pressing F3 to jump to all occurrences where you searched text was found)

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Linux HowTo: Does windows7 log the files I’ve recycled?

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Over the past week or so I’ve recycled and then deleted a lot of photos. I realize now that I would like to know the number of photos I’ve deleted. Is there any way to do this? Is there a log file showing a list of the files sent to the recycling bin? I am running windows 7.
Thank you.

No, there is no such log file.

You could take a look at what is in the recycle bin right now and count the photos. There is a script on StackOverflow: Listing files in recycle bin that you could use for that.

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Making Game: Does windows7 log the files I’ve recycled?

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Over the past week or so I’ve recycled and then deleted a lot of photos. I realize now that I would like to know the number of photos I’ve deleted. Is there any way to do this? Is there a log file showing a list of the files sent to the recycling bin? I am running windows 7.
Thank you.

No, there is no such log file.

You could take a look at what is in the recycle bin right now and count the photos. There is a script on StackOverflow: Listing files in recycle bin that you could use for that.

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Linux HowTo: Why do files deleted with the command prompt not end up in the recycle bin?

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Also, is it possible to recover files deleted with the cmd prompt?

When you delete from the Command Prompt you’re working with the NTFS file system. There, delete means delete — with no “undo” feature.
The Recycle Bin is a feature of the Windows Shell, not the filesystem. It’s really a special folder where “deleted” files are moved until truly deleted by “Emptying” the Recycle Bin.

Were the files in a location protected by File History? If so, you shold be able to recover them.

Deleted file system files are sometimes recoverable by 3rd-party software, but if you’ve continued to use the computer, the chances grow slimmer.

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Making Game: Why do files deleted with the command prompt not end up in the recycle bin?

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Also, is it possible to recover files deleted with the cmd prompt?

When you delete from the Command Prompt you’re working with the NTFS file system. There, delete means delete — with no “undo” feature.
The Recycle Bin is a feature of the Windows Shell, not the filesystem. It’s really a special folder where “deleted” files are moved until truly deleted by “Emptying” the Recycle Bin.

Were the files in a location protected by File History? If so, you shold be able to recover them.

Deleted file system files are sometimes recoverable by 3rd-party software, but if you’ve continued to use the computer, the chances grow slimmer.

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