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I have read multiple posts and threads on deleting all photos at once from Google Photos. They all say to select 1st photo by clicking shift and than last photo and than release shift to select bulk images.
This is where the issue starts.

1 - I can only select 20 to 25 photos visible on screen. Can't scroll anyhow to select more photos below.

2 - When I decrease zoom so I can select more photos, chrome starts freezing.

3 - When I tried from Android app, photos reappears again and again even though back up and sync is off and I have deleted photos from device.

Kindly suggest me aome other way to delete the photos
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Hi Jin,
 
Welcome to the Google Photos Help Forum!
 
NOT: "clicking shift and than last photo and than release shift to select bulk images."
 
Yes:  Click the first image in the range, scroll to end of range (not more than about 500 to be safe), THEN hold the shift key until the selection turns blue color and select last image in the range.  Then click the Garbage Can icon.
 
Practice on smaller groups of photos until you are comfortable.
 
On a slow internet connection (up/down) this can be awkward.
 
Let me know if this works.
 
Good luck!  Dougsap (volunteer Google Photos user)
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Thanks for the reply sir. But I tried everything. I have around 40mbps internet speed. I think that must be sufficient. I have more than 50000 pics and selecting 50 to 100 pics will take days to delete all pics.
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Hi Jin,

Make sure that the first image you select is THE IMAGE,  NOT THE DATE.

Example:



I have successfully selected ranges 100s of times.

Start small and get comfortable with how it works, then start doing larger numbers of images.

Best regards,  Dougsap (volunteer Google Photos user)
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Hello, I have a problem with the photos I uploaded some years ago on Panoramio and that now appear on my Google Foto page. Well their size is much more than 15 Gigabyte and I could have problems in receive emails, so that I would ask you and authorize to delete all of them.
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@user 2038...
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BUT REMEMBER: If you use Apple products, run a test by deleting an ugly photo from Google Photos first to find out WHETHER OR NOT deleting photos from Google Photos will ALSO permanently delete them from iCloud and all of the Apple devices that are signed in to your Apple ID. 

You might want to delete a large selection of photos from both Google Photos and (Apple) Photos or you might not. 

I hope Google Photos gives us both options and makes it clear that both options are available and makes it difficult to click the wrong option accidentally.
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Hey Jin. The thing is that you need to scroll through the pictures, you can't just drag on the scrollbar to reach the last one, otherwise the tumbnails won't be loaded and then google photos won't be able to do the range selection. Bad design if you ask me.
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Google Photos has gone to absolute rat shit!!!! First, they take away the Picasa desktop software, then the Picasa/Google Photos uploading software, and they limit you to 15 GB of free, original resolution photo storage when Shutterfly, Amazon, and others can offer unlimited photo storage for free.

So, I tried moving all the photos out of my Google Photos directory on my PC to another, non-cloud synced folder and all that did was delete them from Google Drive! Apparently, Google is storing them in TWO places and only lets me select above 25-50 photos at a time to delete them all.

Worst photo storage service...I will NEVER be back, at least when it comes to Google Photos. And all you Google fanboys and fangirls can save your opinions.

I would rather use either of the following:
- IDrive;
- Amazon Photos;
- Photobucket;
- Shutterfly;
- SmugMug;
- Flickr;
- or Microsoft Photos

before I come back to Google Photos.

Cheers,
Doug
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I used this script: https://github.com/mrishab/google-photos-delete-tool/

Pressing the SHIFT and selecting the first and last image didn't work for me as I had over thousands of images. When I somehow managed to select around 6K images, the delete button stopped working.

I found using the script a lot easier - just copy and paste the code and run.
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It's a shame that the photos are now a "Roach Motel". I have 75GB of photos I want to delete. At the rate I am going, it will take months to delete them. Even the JavaScript linked above is slow, and it stops after only a few hundred pictures. I am absolutely disgusted by Google's insistence on keeping my photos and making it effectively impossible for me to delete them.
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It took all day, but I manually deleted all my tens of thousands of photos. And then all my mail. All my contacts. All my history,. Every shred of data Google has one me, gone. I'm out. Best of luck to everyone. I suggest you get out while you can.
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I add same experience: 40 GB of images I want to delete.  I opened ticket with Google Support but they say that I should cancel (small) roups at once ... days & days !    I guys what about the Githib's tool here above ? Is it sure?  Thanks
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There appears to be confusion about how to select multiple files. This is what works for me.
1.      Left click on the first file.
2.      Scroll to what is to be your last file.
3.      Press and hold the shift key
4.      Then select the last file.
Note: Do not select the “Date”. Selecting the Date (check mark) only selects that group of files.
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Insane bullshit. Basic file management ability is missing and it keeps eating your pictures like crazy.

I just got a new phone that somehow "accidentally" had suddenly photobackup upload enabled, although I turned that off before, and then it sucked ALL THE THOUSANDS of pictures off my SD card and put them by timestamps in entirely scrambled order between the already finished albums. So since there is zero capability to filter or browse anything, I had to batch-delete with provided script above and now disabled and deleted everything Google Photo on all phones and friends phones and families phones and recommending next week for the whole company I sysadmin to disable google photo professionally and privately because of offensive design practices, hopefully reaching numbers in the thousands to stop using Google Photo.

The improvised script only works if you set the language to English.

Google Photo includes like photographed credit cards send over Skype, Email pictures with confidental document scans and all that bullshit which you can't  help to have on a phone's SD card nowadays. If its just sucking up all kinds of stuff without WHITELISTING folders first, its even more mental than anything else already said here. It can't even display filenames, not the simplest function or failsave is implemented.
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The scroll doesn't work when shift is held and the selection get's free once I release shift.
If one is not comfortable with using scripts what are the options left for those trapped in Google Photos?
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20190218 bug still exists. This is a terrible and really noob mistake to make that doesn't exist on ANY of my other photo services. Tempted to delete my entire Google account because of this. I DIDN'T EVEN WANT YOU TO HAVE MY PHOTOS but synch was turned on by default and now I can't delete them!
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Me too.  Today I connected my phone to charge as I usually do.  And all of a sudden all my photos were uploaded.  Don't have time to delete all one by one.  And also, this is is my work account.  On top of that Google archives everything even if I delete the photos.  Dang...
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I want to get out of this
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this is unethical. please allow people to delete their own photos. if you think you will get the money for extra storage after you suck up all the data from the users and refuse to delete it you will only get hate and boycott not the money.

at the moment the only way to delete photos is by clicking them one at the time many thousands of time while you suck up user data in bulk. very ugly. DON'T BE EVIL.
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it's really a nightmare to get rid of the photos on google photos. I haven't made it yet. As Google create an absolute chaos with my photos, duplicating and tripling them, I just wanted to empty my account (which by the mentioned multiplication reached 30000 photos) and start again without duplicity and with a better sorting. 
In my desktop computer I spent hours deleting the 30.000 photos by sending them to the bin in groups of 500 (selecting them beforehand), a super tedious task. Well, the nightmare continues, the photos remain on the google photos of my iphone -I have now removed the application- and in my laptop.
It's totally IMMORAL and UNETHICAL  what google is doing preventing people from deleting their own photos. 
If there is no other way, I will delete my gmail account associated with google photos and use other storage services.
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There used to be provision to "select all" .. that seems to have gone away sadly. Selecting things day by day day .. no thanks. Turned off synch w/ Google Photos. I get the old USB cable and connect to my phone.
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this is mad. Its an obvious push to make people rent cloud space , instead were going to leave !
This is not why google became popular. add the select all button! make people confirm they want to delete pictures 3 times and have a restore all within X number of days if your really worried about people deleting all there pics.
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I'm having the same problem if I try to do all my photos. It is working for a subset of photos taken on different dates so I'm thinking that perhaps there is a limit of how many files can be selected with SHIFT-LEFT CLICK option. It would be best for me if CTRL-A worked to select all files.
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None of your advice works for deleting ALL pictures!
PLEASE SORT THIS OUT!!!!!!!!!!!
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Thinking of dropping this Google account. Starting again!
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Irritated but should of known better. This app is so intrusive. I never turned on backup.
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The best way to get this done is to use backup and sync.  Its a pain but you will need to have backup and sync download all of your photos and videos to either your computer or an external drive and trash the hard copy files from your computer in windows explorer (windows) or finder (mac).  backup and sync will then tell drive to trash everything on the cloud side.
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I want all my pictues deleted off
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Thanks. This is exactly what I ended up doing. What a garbage website.
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I've just had the same issue, backing up my photos while my phone was away for repair. Getting them back onto my phone/laptop and off google photos/google drive took forever.

They're not alone, Apple do the same thing. Their system is arguably worse with no way to track the progress of your downloads. It's immoral at best and illegal at worst.

GDPR demands that you and your data have the rite to be forgotten. Surely this is in breach? You'd think after the celebrity phone hacking a few years back they'd have made this a doddle.

This isn't a design flaw - it's clearly intentional.
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This is absolutely ridiculous that I can't just delete all. I have 26,000 photos. Selecting 500 - 100 at a time is utterly ridiculous.
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Google:  Please just add a "Delete All" button and solve this for us. It's not a difficult fix. As it's not been done, I'd be very curious to understand the rationale. I too have so many photos that the process outlined above is not a solution for me.
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I have photo's dating back to 2003 I'd like to delete... hundreds of thousands, how do I do this 500 at a time?
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I agree, there should be SOME way of deleting all photos, EVERYTHING, from Google Photos.  I've got several hundred thousand in there due to automatic backups from my phone, and want to get rid of everything to selectively put back what I want.  Google makes this an impossible task - 500 at a time?
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I want to delete photos from my iPhone so haven’t got a shift key.  It’s a nightmare deleting all photos it really should be simpler
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That is exactly the point, they do not want you to delete them so they make it so hard and time consuming. Remember they illegally use your images to pick ad's and learn about you.  It is how they keep this free, they watch and spy on everything you do.  So I am going to spend my Easter holiday weekend wasting hours to delete pictures going back many years instead of a simple 1 click delete all option.  Heck with Google why I am switching in the first place, but want to delete all my stuff first.
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What you do is just select and shift + select and hovering over turns them all blue.
The terminology I learned.
You have to scroll through your camera roll and let all the objects grab a preview for it to work right.
I recommend going to the beginning of your timeline on the bottom and just using the arrow up key or page up just keep going all the way up and let all the elements grab a preview and you can delete them then.
*updated 4-27-2019
Its pretty easy now.  Just select the first element by clicking on the check mark ✓ and then slowly scroll through letting object previews appear and when you get to a stopping point press and hold shift (see they all turn blue) and click the last object ○ and click on the trash can.
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Dear. Sir I want to delete my all photos so please deleted my all photos
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I want to get out of Google Picture.., you are publishing everything in my folders receipts and everything
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 delete these pictures
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Isn't there a way to delete EVERY picture without having to do the select/shift/select? I have thousands and it's taking forever
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I switched from Apple to Google thinking it would be better.  Google is horrendous.  The Google Drive and photos tries every possible way to not give you your data so that you'll cough up the monthly upcharge for storage.  I hate you so much - more than Apple at this point. I didn't think that was possible.
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I can't believe there isn't a Delete All option somewhere.   I uploaded 135 GB of pictures. They were all in folders and Google pulled them out which caused the titles/naming protocal to be lost. So the pictures need to be removed. Highlighting and deleting in batches in ridiculous. There has to be a Delete All Option. Please let me know where to find it. Thanks in advance. Rich
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Same question, with more than 100'000 pictures...
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Google should include select al or select manually...
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Agreed. Google seems to love making products and not supporting them
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@all
This is a user to user forum, and there is nothing more we can do than telling you that there is no easy way to delete all photos at once. You must select photos in batches and delete them. There is no other way. 

Also note that no one from Google seems to read what is posted on this forum. To share your wishes with the Photos team you can send feedback via the main menu of https://photos.google.com/. We have no idea though whether that will have any effect.
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@janvb yes we're well aware this is a user forum, however people need to vent about this **** product which is lacking the most basic features. Many of us have already forwarded this to Google and we get a copy/paste response because they just don't care. Hopefully if enough post here then it will gain enough traction to get on the Google radar. Until then people will keep venting here so I suggest you invite the thread.
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lol, there is no solution to delete all the pictures on google photo. And whyyyyyy? Because u use them, espacially the ones who has alot. Gonna try delete my account then, hope it will no has hard.
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I believe you and select the top few photos and press the End key to the last page, then SHIFT select the last photo to select all photos. When I hit the delete button, it asked me if I want to delete 1288 photos. But I'm sure I have around 2850 photos. However, all photos were deleted and moved to trash. I guess it's probably a Javascript bug of the photo count on the delete button. This method saves the most time.
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@Jin Thomson
Hi People, I had the same issue and built this script for automating it:
https://github.com/mrishab/google-photos-delete-tool

Just copy-paste the code and it delete all your images from Google Photos :)
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I edited my new location for my business Kefnour Security Services and was shocked to still see my old location of photos and cache ones also, i want these all removed by Google with immediate effect as its csusing confusion with customers, also it still states Middlesbrough still aa the business is not in this location.
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I hope Google engineers understand how almost useless Google Photos is.  Many many usability issues, like this one.  Can't find dups, can't select more than 25 photos, can see the photo files, etc.

Am switching to either Microsoft OneDrive or Apple iCloud.
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Delete all my photos
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I have checked the code from the delete tool on github. I can't find anything suspicious about it. Just the confirmation button was not working at first, but a recent pull request fixes that. Now it's running like a charm... Finally :-)
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If you have a lot of photos this process takes a long time. Also, sometimes you will get a "couldn't delete" message for no reason at all. Time to start scrolling again! This could be a 5 second operation (select all my photos please) that has taken me approximate an hour so far.
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Hi,

Can we only only delete maximum of 500 Photos at a time via Shift click scroll? or the we can select more than that?

Thanks,
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@James Alfred Lopez
Yes you can select more than 500. See "Recommended answers" on top of this thread.
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I did read that James. That procedure works sometimes and sometimes doesn’t if you try to select “too many”. 

It is ridiculous to have to spend over an hour to delete a large library of photos when the procedure could be done in seconds with a “delete all” option. 

I feel this is google purposely making i more difficult for someone to disassociate from their service.
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I agree. They are making it difficult, probably hoping you will buy more storage. Totally unfair there is not a quick delete all with confirmation option.  I mainly want to download my photos and back them up myself from my phone in order to get the back camera to work again on my phone.  All this automatic syncing frustrates me no end.
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Then we can send a "Feature or Product" request to make this possible in the future. To have an option from Google Photos web or app that enables the user to delete all of the photos in one go. But then again it should have a proper disclaimer.
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This is clunky by design. It helps them sell the upgraded accounts. Google has really abandoned their initial motto.
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Script worked, had multiple tabs, had to keep refreshing and re-pasting, could multi task atleast about how insane this is. Once they were so helpful now its like ransomware
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I can't believe how hard it is to delete all the photos on google photos. It really should not be this hard.
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Why is there not a "Select All" button or why doesn't CTL + A work to select all.  What a stupid design.  I thought this was MY data?  Why does Google make it so painful to delete ALL my photos?
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Completely agree. I did not ask for a cloud backup of my photos. This should be guarded by a privacy option. On my mobile the photo backup function is in the off mode, but Google still makes a backup. There should be an easy option to delete all MY photos from Google drive/Google one and no sneaky backup.
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I have the same problem. I can't select all my photos to delete them. I never agreed to have all my photos backed up to google. Why is it so difficult for consumers to delete their own photos and data?!
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Parsanal Video delete Reply files.
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 Parsanal video delete Riply files
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Ben Clarke's method is brilliant. I got rid of my memories throughout the decade that's not worth remembering. XD But seriously, it works. Happy new year.
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I never send this message
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Hi.  I think there should be a "Wipe storage" option for security purposes. Demand confirmation, of course, but this method of selecting several hundred photos at a time is very tedious.
I backup my photos to my own NAS at home, and tried my best to backup my Android phone WITHOUT photos, but up they went anyway overnight and filled my quota. I just want no personal photos in my google drive.
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1. Select 1st image.
2. Press and hold the Shift Key.
3. Use Year wise navigation to move down (right side of the screen)
4. Click the last image (If you clicked so far away, try short term period and continue until the end)
5. Release Shift key and Delete
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Doesn’t work in the browser on an iPad :/

Any suggestions on bulk delete? I wouldn’t have ever uploaded had I known. Thankfully, its no longer a default on my app.
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I tried dozens of ways.  The method described by janvb worked beautifully.  Follow janvb's instructions EXACTLY.  Largest grouping I deleted was 3500 photos.
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This is fuckin ridiculous, just have a button that says delete all Google!
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Not the words, Dan, but here, here the message; & move/download. I don't need to wait for a zip file to be created then downloaded!
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I'm deeply sorry to know that GP doen't have a wipe all button, or a smart method to delete a lot of picutres. You could put countermeasures to prevent a misclick.
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Rafael Viegas
I am sure they could implement a better way, but posting it here will not help since we are all users. You can submit feedback via the main menu of Google Photos. You will not get a reply, but Google claims that they do monitor the feedback.
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Thank you for that advice.
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What worked for me is just writing a little script to delete everything after disable sync on my device, but if the sync is ever turned on you can loose all the photos on the device.
Also I have to say please note that running any script you find online is dangerous, only run script that you trust.

The script below will keep selecting images and deleting them, 


Steps:
1- Run in in the developer console (press F12 then open the console tab).
2- Past code and press Enter
3- Check back later and there should be no more pics after some minutes but that depends on your internet speed.
4- After images are deleted you can go to trash and clear it or it will be on it's own in 60 days.


To stop or cancel:
   Refresh page and you can undo deletions from the trash within 60 days


for(i = 1; i<=9999; i++) {
    console.log("Iteration # --> " + i);
    document.querySelectorAll('div[role=checkbox]').forEach(div=>div.click());
    document.querySelectorAll('div[aria-label*="Select all photos"]').forEach(div=>div.click());
    await new Promise(r => setTimeout(r, 3000));
try{console.log("Selected documents count for iteration [" + i + "]: " + document.evaluate('/html/body/div[1]/div/c-wiz/c-wiz[2]/span/div[1]/div/span', document, null, XPathResult.FIRST_ORDERED_NODE_TYPE, null).singleNodeValue.innerText);}catch(ex){/*do nothing*/}
    document.querySelector('button[title=Delete]').click();
    await new Promise(r => setTimeout(r, 5000));
    document.evaluate('//span[text()="Move to trash"]', document, null, XPathResult.ANY_TYPE, null ).iterateNext().click();

    //wait for new images to load
    await new Promise(r => setTimeout(r, 10000));
}
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Fantastic, Mohamed! Works great!
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Thanks Mohammed! https://support.google.com/photos/thread/197868?hl=en&msgid=35064693

Your script did the job. It's CRAZY that it's so hard to simple select all albums or all found images...!

TIP for others Googling to this: zoom the page out as much as possible, make the screen as big as possible and have the script run. It can do well over 100 images in each iteration. Just paste the code to the console, press Enter (Opera) and be done with it :)
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Awesome script. Crazy that this functionality doesn't exist out of the box. Thanks Mohamed! Saved my week :)
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puuufffff one more re4azon to not used google photo.... too hard to get rid of it
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A classic example of deliberate design choices to discourage users from deleting their data. Same as in all their other products.

It's things like this that has lead me to stop using Google products wherever I can. Not that they care, as Google has grown big enough to not need to care about the loss of a insignificant percentage of their (once loyal) users.

Oh how I've grown to detest this company.
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 Delete Google photos all photos recoverey
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