ClutterKiller organizes your files and helps you maintain a clutter-free Desktop and File System. It separates your files and puts them where you want them. You will be amazed at how much your productivity from a clutter-free environment.
Dec 26, 2011 12:06:54
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows CE
Description: Don't let your File System and Desktop become a "Junk Drawer." Don't waste time hand organizing.
ClutterKiller organizes your files and helps you maintain a clutter-free Desktop and File System. It separates your files and puts them where you want them. Files are organized into 6 categories: Audio, Archives, Documents, Pictures, Programs, & Video. They are organized into these categories based on their file type and ClutterKiller auto learns new file types. Files are instantly organized, out of the way, and easy to find. You will be amazed at how much your productivity increases from a clutter-free environment.
If you or someone you know has the affliction of "Icons Everywhere," you owe it to yourself or them to check out ClutterKiller.
ClutterKiller also has additional tools to help with organizing and cleaning clutter for a more productive computer experience.
Desktop Isolator - Instantly blocks out wallpaper, icons and other windows, leaving you a fresh working environment. It is a very powerful distraction avoider.
New! Quick Find - Type-Ahead search, helps locate and open files organized by ClutterKiller.
Desktop Shortcut Cleaner - A special tool for dealing with unused shortcuts on the desktop. An especially great replacement for the Desktop Cleanup Wizard Microsoft removed from Windows.
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