On Windows this can be achieved using a VB script. The VBS script below deletes files which are more than 1 day old:

Dim Fso
Dim Directory
Dim Modified
Dim Files
Dim Folder
If (Wscript.Arguments.Count < 1) Then 
  Wscript.Echo "Required Parameter missing"  
End If
Folder = Wscript.Arguments(0)
Set Fso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
Set Directory = Fso.GetFolder(Folder)
Set Files = Directory.Files
For Each Modified in Files
If DateDiff("D", Modified.DateLastModified, Now) > 1 Then Modified.Delete


The parameter is the folder where you want to perform the deletion operation.


Windows Task scheduler can have problems if the VBS file is referenced to directly, it is best to create a batch file with the follwing:

@echo off
c:\\windows\\system32\\cscript //b script.vbs
echo %date% %time% Sched ran VB scrupt >>c:\\vbs.log


The VB DateDiff() function can be modified to delete in other units.