Question about Apple Customized 15 MacBook Pro Notebook Computer Z0EC-065B PC Notebook
Hi! Try this.
Note: You do not need to type the quotation marks on commands
1) Open your terminal. (Application/Utilities/Terminal). 2) Type in "chdir ~/Desktop" then press return/enter. 3) Type in "sudo rm -rf *.jpg" then press return/enter. That is if the files you are deleting are jpeg files. Just change the extension to the one you want to delete. * means that you will delete all .jpg files. There is no space between * and . but there is a space between -rf and *
I hope this helps.
Posted on May 04, 2010
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