Deleting folders with a huge amount of files can be tedious in Windows Explorer: You might end up in watching a progress bar preparing and deleting a lot of files. Even if you don’t want the files to be moved to trash.
If the files should just be deleted, this can be done easier with the command line:
DEL /F/Q/S *.* > NUL
RMDIR /Q/S foldername
A lot of explanation / evaluation and even a Context-Menu-Shortcut can be found at this Ghacks article.
If you want to share files between a Windows Host and a Ubuntu Linux guest, the “shared folder” feature is really handy. Just enable it in the VM-Settings, install guest additions and … then wonder where this shows up in the VM. “They appear under /mnt/hgfs” I read everywhere.
Well, they do – as soon as you do a
sudo mount.vmhgfs .host:/ /mnt/hgfs/
It took me a couple of minutes to figure this out as all tutorials endet with “the folder appears” …
If it doesn’t work, maybe just rerun