DELOLD is a command line tool used to delete old files with a create date older then a set amount of days. It can do verbose and rescursive with any path given. Perfect for Scheduled and/or batch file jobs.
Doesn't appear to be working properly on Win2K08 R2. When I ran the command multiple times it deleted more and more files and folder each time. I selected older than 2 days and it eventually wiped out all files and folder in my test directory (even though they weren't older than two days). Not sure if this is a bug or a Windows version specific issue. There are limited switches, so I don't believe this is user error.
Thanks for the feedback, I've removed the "Press Any Key to Continue" at the end of the result.
We are using it every day to clean up our server log files it works fine. It could be a good idea to add the folder option, to look at datetime of folders and delete them, instead of looking only at files. We could use folder or files or both.