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Desktop Teleporter for Windows

Do you have a cluttered desktop? Do you spend time looking for the documents, pictures etc you’ve saved recently and then move them to different folders? If this is the case, or if you just like a clean desktop, this guide is for you.

Download Desktop Teleporter

Desktop teleporter is a great utility that moves files and folders that are newly created on your desktop to pre-determined folders.

Desktop Teleporter for Windows 1

You can set up rules to help manage images, music, documents etc and you can also set exceptions–as shown in the image above.

Any software promoted on mintywhite.com is always free. So there is no charge for this program.

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Removing files helps you get organized and keep focus. [Click to see a larger Image]

Desktop Teleporter for Windows

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30 thoughts on “Automatically Move Files from Desktop to Predefined Folders”

  1. SAI says:

    Hey, nice desktop. BTW, what dock are you using and what is that weather docklet? It looks really good and I want to use that.

  2. SAI says:

    Hey, nice desktop. BTW, what dock are you using and what is that weather docklet? It looks really good and I want to use that.

  3. SAI says:

    Hey, nice desktop. BTW, what dock are you using and what is that weather docklet? It looks really good and I want to use that.

  4. Rich says:

    Hey SAI, thanks. I use ObjectDock. The software comes bundled with the weather docklet.

    Have fun!

  5. Rich says:

    Hey SAI, thanks. I use ObjectDock. The software comes bundled with the weather docklet.

    Have fun!

  6. Rich says:

    Hey SAI, thanks. I use ObjectDock. The software comes bundled with the weather docklet.

    Have fun!

  7. Best Windows Freebies and Guid says:

    […] Automatically Move Files from Desktop to Predefined Folders […]

  8. jihed says:

    how it works?

  9. jihed says:

    how it works?

  10. jihed says:

    how it works?

  11. Dan says:

    I know a program called RoboBasket. It’s an automatic file sorter that can copy, move, rename and process files based on the user configured set of rules. You can choose to process files based on their date, size, extension, folder location, mp3 tags, file name and other properties and choose from action that include move, copy, rename, open, print and other file operations.

    Please check it out at:
    http://www.easy-to-use-software.com/html/robobasket-help-to-keep-clean-desktop

  12. Dan says:

    I know a program called RoboBasket. It’s an automatic file sorter that can copy, move, rename and process files based on the user configured set of rules. You can choose to process files based on their date, size, extension, folder location, mp3 tags, file name and other properties and choose from action that include move, copy, rename, open, print and other file operations.

    Please check it out at:
    http://www.easy-to-use-software.com/html/robobasket-help-to-keep-clean-desktop

  13. Dan says:

    I know a program called RoboBasket. It’s an automatic file sorter that can copy, move, rename and process files based on the user configured set of rules. You can choose to process files based on their date, size, extension, folder location, mp3 tags, file name and other properties and choose from action that include move, copy, rename, open, print and other file operations.

    Please check it out at:
    http://www.easy-to-use-software.com/html/robobasket-help-to-keep-clean-desktop

  14. Rich says:

    Thanks; it’s a shame it’s not free

  15. Rich says:

    Thanks; it’s a shame it’s not free

  16. Rich says:

    Thanks; it’s a shame it’s not free

  17. Leon Lord says:

    Great software! Thanks very much. As I always get a messed up desktop, this software just comes as needed! WOW~

  18. Leon Lord says:

    Great software! Thanks very much. As I always get a messed up desktop, this software just comes as needed! WOW~

  19. Leon Lord says:

    Great software! Thanks very much. As I always get a messed up desktop, this software just comes as needed! WOW~

  20. Joe Kool says:

    What is the program displayed on-top of desktop screen? I find it pretty cool just like apple mac.

    By the way, I find this website to be very helpful in organizing my Windows XP and Vista.

    Thanks a lot for all the information you`re providing to us.

  21. Joe Kool says:

    What is the program displayed on-top of desktop screen? I find it pretty cool just like apple mac.

    By the way, I find this website to be very helpful in organizing my Windows XP and Vista.

    Thanks a lot for all the information you`re providing to us.

  22. Joe Kool says:

    What is the program displayed on-top of desktop screen? I find it pretty cool just like apple mac.

    By the way, I find this website to be very helpful in organizing my Windows XP and Vista.

    Thanks a lot for all the information you`re providing to us.

  23. Rich says:

    Joe the program is Object Dock.

  24. Rich says:

    Joe the program is Object Dock.

  25. Rich says:

    Joe the program is Object Dock.

  26. Mel says:

    Very handy – heh my desktop gets very cluttered with downloads. This would save me the weekly desktop organizing!

  27. Mel says:

    Very handy – heh my desktop gets very cluttered with downloads. This would save me the weekly desktop organizing!

  28. Mel says:

    Very handy – heh my desktop gets very cluttered with downloads. This would save me the weekly desktop organizing!

  29. Anonymous says:

    FileReflex is a file sharing application for smartphones

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