CTFolderCleaner is a automated solution designed to remove files by date. CTFolderCleaner gives you the ability to specify which folders to monitor and how old the files should be before they are deleted.
Dec 26, 2011 12:06:59
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
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Description: CTFolderCleaner is a automated solution designed to remove files by date. CTFolderCleaner gives you the ability to specify which folders to monitor and how old the files should be before they are deleted. You can automatically remove files over x days, months or years from the monitored folders. CTFolderCleaner will also allow you to archive those files to a different location. Great for transferring files to backup location while keeping your local drive clean.
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