|First, the OS column can be autofilled. So it might not be the OS that he's wanting to do this with.|
Second. Run the MS-DOS editor, and type in the following.
ATTRIB %1\*.* -R -A -S -H
Now save it as whatever you want to name it, as long as it's followed by a .BAT extension, and is located in the PATH.
Say you name it DELDIR.BAT
and you want to delete the folder C:\DIR
you would type in DELDIR.BAT C:\DIR
It would then execute the commands in the DELDIR.BAT file as follows.
ATTRIB C:\DIR\*.* -R -A -S -H
The %1 is a variable, that will be replaced by why whatever you type in after the batch file command (in this case C:\DIR
Hoe that helped.