How to Delete Javascript Files

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JavaScript is a popular script programming language. It is widely used to create dynamic webpages in the Internet as well as in many computer applications. Despite name similarity, JavaScript is not related to the Java programming language. Deleting JavaScript files is typically necessary to remove an unwanted script or to clean up a computer hard drive.

In Windows Vista

  • Log in to Windows Vista administrator account and click "Start."

  • Click "Computer" and type "*.js" in the field "Search" located in the upper right corner of thw window. The search may take three to five minutes to complete. All Javascript files on your computer will appear in the search window.

  • Analyze the list of Javascript files, and decide which files you wish to delete.

  • Holding "Shift" on the keyboard, click on each file you wish to delete.

  • Press "Del" on the keyboard, and click "Yes" to confirm the file deletion.

In Windows XP

  • Log in to Windows XP administrator account and click "Start."

  • Click "Search" and select "All Files and Folders" in the left panel of the search window.

  • Type "*.js" in the field and click "Search." The search may take 3 to 5 minutes to complete. All Javascript files on your computer will appear in the search window.

  • Study the list of Javascript files, and decide which ones you wish to delete.

  • Holding "Shift" on the keyboard, click on each file you wish to delete.

  • Press "Del" on the keyboard, and click "Yes" to confirm the file deletion.

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