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How to Move Newly Created Files Automatically from Desktop to a Predefined Folder?

Desktop Teleport is a tiny (825Kb zip) utility that will helps you to move newly created files and folders from your desktop to a pre-defied folder automatically. Whenever you save a file on your desktop, it will automatically transfer to the folder you preferred. Thus it keeps your desktop clean and also saves time.

Working with the program is simple. You need not install it on your computer, just run the exe file (after unzip) and it will sit on your taskbar and perform the task very quickly.

Before using this program, you can control which file extension or file name want to move or not to move. Right click on the Desktop Teleport icon and select ‘Show’, now add or remove file extensions and names. You can also add or remove target folders by clicking ‘Folders’ menu.

Get the program here


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