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TrashLater 4.1 Build 277

The file removal utility that can delete items!


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Total downloads: 98
  • Last Updated: Sep 16, 2008
  • License: Shareware $12.00
  • OS: Mac OS X
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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TrashLater is a System Utilities software developed by tredje design. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for TrashLater:

Edit by Brothersoft: The file removal utility that can delete items ... later.
Native on Mac OS X.
-Automatic trash collection for old files.
-Manages multiple Folders simultaneously.

What is TrashLater?
-It is a file removal utility that enforces a Grace period before the MOVE takes place. Items can be moved to other folders or to the Trash.
-During its operation, TrashLater watches over selected folders, keeping track on their contents. Any unmodified file that resides in a folder for longer than the grace period is removed. Modified files are regarded as new files.

How do I use TrashLater?
-You use the TrashLater application to specify which folders to watch and their grace period. Even the Trash itself can be watched. Note that you can use different grace periods for each of these folders.
-Next, you select a time interval for the checking. That is all. Save your settings and quit the TrashLater application.
-A client process will check whether any files were in these folders longer than requested. -Any such "out-dated" file will be moved into the destination folder, for instance the Trash.
-The client process will be launched through the Mac OS X built-in scheduling engine "cron". No application needs to be kept running in the background.
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