If you write your unit tests using Visual Studio, then you know how quickly those pesky "TestResults" folders can eat up precious disk space over time. Here is a simple, yet effective PowerShell script to seek and destroy them!

Assuming all of your code is collocated in the same parent directory, replace "C:\Projects" with your parent directory.

(get-childitem C:\Projects\* -recurse) | where{$_.name -eq "TestResults"} |% {remove-item $_.fullname -recurse}