I recently started using Comodo Dragon (Google Chrome Clone) The one thing I did not like about the Chromium browser was the way it handled .jnlp files. These are files that get downloaded when you run a java jre program from the internet.
I in Chromium browsers you can set them to ask where to download files on each download so you can control where the files go, however if you need a website to run a file automatically you need to tell the browser to always allow that file type. Once you do you no longer have a choice where the file is downloaded to.
This is where Cyber-D Autodelete comes in to play. Simply add your download folder to the folder list. Set the filters to delete only jnlp files or what ever you need deleted. Then set the age the file needs to be to be deleted. On every start up the program will delete those files to the recycle bin or another folder if you so choose.
This is a really nice way to keep your download folder clean of all the junk you do not need and make it easier to actually find any downloads that you save to that folder especially if you did not change the options and all files get downloaded there.
When Cyber-D runs it only deletes the files then the program closes and ends the process's, the program does not run in the background.
If you prefer not to run at start up you can make a shortcut to run the program when you wish our simply use windows task scheduler to schedule Cyber-D on your preferred schedule.
Limited help but easy setup.
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