I recently upgraded my hard drive to a 480 gig SSD (awesome improvement, by the way) and moved the 1TBhard drive over into the the 2nd bay.
Instead of trying to migrate the Windows install, I just remapped the second drive to D: and freshly installed Windows on the SSD.
However, my "old" installation of Windows 7 and junk are still present on that 1TB drive, alongside several directories which contain my media files (which I want to delete).
What is the most efficient way to delete all the contents of the disk but ignoring a few select sub-directories? Are there any file management applications for this? Or perhaps is it better for me to run this from the console?
I have about 7 unique directories (none are sub-dirs of each other) that I want to save. The rest of the drive I'd like to use purely for data storage.