Keeping files in order is a task few of us manage to cope with. A new computer or a freshly-installed OS somehow make us keep things in order for a while, but a few days or weeks later you simply forget about it and start tossing files across your hard drive, saving downloads to your desktop, copying music to multiple folders and creating documents of all kinds in the root of your C drive. Eventually, you end up facing a huge array of files that need to be sorted, copied to appropriate locations, archived or deleted — and all of that can take a while if youve been completely ignorant of proper file management. If this situation seems familiar, meet RoboBasket — a tool that will solve this problem is an elegant and efficient manner!
RoboBasket is an automatic file sorter that facilitates the tasks of copying, moving, renaming and deleting files on your computer according to user-defined rules. Rules can include such parameters as date, size, name, extension, folder location, file name, ID3 tags and others. Every action can be put on schedule and run at a specified time or periodically. The list of supported actions includes copying, moving, removing, renaming, opening, printing and more. For instance, you can configure the program to scan the Downloads folder every hour and move all MP3 files to your Music folder and all AVI files to your Movies folder. Once set up, RoboBasket will save you a good deal of time and will keep your folders clean, orderly and organized.
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Toshiba announces 60GB, 1.8-inch hard-disk drive Toshiba Corp. will begin mass-producing a 60GB, 1.8-inch hard-disk drive before the end of the year, it said Wednesday. Such drives are commonly used in digital music players and sub-notebook computers.