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Tiny, portable utility for deleting empty folders and sub-folders

It is necessary that you have to remove blank folders and sub-folders from your PC to keep it clean and prevent from being messy.

Empty folder or directories are usually left behind by programs you uninstall from your computer or created by yourself. If it is too many, it’s not that easy to search and clean them manually.

Here is a tiny (40Kb), portable tool that lets you remove all empty folders and sub-folders from your PC automatically.

How to: Run the tool Vanity Remover and just select a drive and click to start button. It will remove all empty directories automatically. The program requires Microsoft’s .NET Framework to run.

Important: Note that some applications may require temporary directories that are empty for working. Such application may stop working if such a temporary folder gets deleted.

Download Vanity Remover for Windows 7, Vista and XP


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