Dunno if you know but you can select all (Ctrl + A) then click each item you want to unselect (keeping Ctrl pressed down). Then right click and select delete to only remove those selected.An example of Classic Shell goodness: One of the things I hated about Windows 7 is when you have a folder open with many items in it and you want to delete all items except one or two. In XP you could select the ones you want to keep, then click "invert selection" and then hit delete. In Windows 7 you had to individually select all the items you wanted to delete as there was no "invert selection" option. Classic Shell restores the "invert selection" option. Has this functionality been restored in Windows 10?