Digital Janitor

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Quickly order folders by downloading Digital Janitor free. Create rules for all your files and automatically send them to their place with Digital Janitor


Order your disorganized folders

March 17, 2011
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Maintaining all the files stored on your hard drive organized can be a lot easier thanks to Digital Janitor. If you are one of those people that consider that ordering files is something superfluous and without any importance, but there has come a moment in which you have required the need to organize all the disaster, download Digital Janitor free can help you.

This simple tool will take care of sending files to their corresponding folders based on a set of rules that you indicate. Establish the necessary rules, be it by means of the file extension, a keyword or even by size.

Organize your files and folders according to different criteria

For example, indicate your MP3 to move to your music folders and the JPG files to move to the image folder. Digital Janitor, a free tool, will take care of doing so automatically.

You will also have the possibility to resort to the Automator, that will take care of ordering the files based on a common attribute, in the case that you don't want to have to pay too much attention.

Digital Janitor can be configured so that it carries out this task automatically. Establish the day and the time, save the configuration and forget about the process. The files will be moved to the place you have set for them. Download Digital Janitor free and order the files from your PC in an instant. Simply configure rules and clean all your folders.

Requirements and additional information:

  • This download requires Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0.
Héctor Hernández

As a technology journalist with over 12 years of experience in the world of software and apps, I have had the opportunity to try all kinds of devices and operating systems over the years. I have done from software or mobile applications reviews...

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