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Monday, November 13, 2006

Clean up your messy folders with FileSort

FileSort is a small, 100KB freeware program that will automatically organize your folders for you. All you need to do is set up a few simple rules and have FileSort execute them. Creator Marcus Wynwood has this list of example commands you can use:
Move *.jpg to C:\Pictures
Move *holiday* to C:\Holiday
Move *.mp3 to C:\MP3
Move files that are 30 or more days old to C:\30DaysOld
Move files that are 7 or more days old to C:\1WeekOld
Move files that are more than 100Mb in size to C:\Over100Mb
As you can see, FileSort can actually understand semi-natural language commands so it's not too difficult to use. Combined with my earlier post on cleaning up your desktop, this tool will tidy up your computer in no time.


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