This software was developed to manage the download folder on Windows 7 and Windows 8 operating systems. It’s easy to install and has a simple GUI with just two buttons. When you press the “Start” button, the program will start scanning your hard disk and will locate all files that will be removed, renamed or moved to other folders.
The software supports to set custom profiles and it has a detailed settings dialog. Besides, it allows you to remove selected files with an option to highlight items with full path, as well as to select the file type to be moved or copied.
There are no ads or in-app purchases in the application, but you have to spend a few bucks to unlock the beta version. Once you pay, you can uninstall and uninstall the program without losing your settings or custom profiles. If you are disappointed with this freeware, there’s an alternative free version called Download Manager.
Download Manager Description:
The software will move or copy files from one directory to another. The utility can perform operations in any part of the hard disk, both local and network. It is easy to set up, easy to use and it has a simple interface.
Download Manager will help you to simplify your file management tasks. By using the app, you can copy files and folders in seconds. It can remove files based on the file name, date or time, or even by using a custom pattern.
The free trial version is limited to a single profile and it can move only one item at a time. There is no file monitoring option and the operation options include move, copy and delete.
Download Manager has a rather large memory footprint when taking into account the fact that it can scan the entire hard disk. It offers a start button for launching the program and a cancel button to stop the operation. There is a couple of toolbars in the interface, which you can drag to the left and right side of the window.
You can specify the path and name of the source folder, as well as the name and extension of the files to be moved or copied. The destination folder must be empty, so you can’t use it to move or copy items.
Download Manager has a simple GUI with buttons and menus. It allows you to move or copy selected files, delete them or rename them. You can change the extension of all selected files with one click.
Download Manager has a free and commercial version. Besides, it supports the simple operations such as copy, move or delete selected items. You can also eea19f52d2
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The video player is not supported in this browser. The HTML5 player will not function in this version of IE/Edge.BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) — A U.S. soldier from the 82nd Airborne Division has been found dead from a gunshot wound to the head and two Iraqi civilians have been detained as possible suspects in the murder, according to police and military officials in the capital.
The soldier was found dead Friday morning in the northern Abu Ghraib district, where the shooting occurred. A man and a woman were arrested in connection with the shooting of the American soldier, according to police officials. It’s not clear if the pair are married.
The soldier was found dead with a gunshot wound to the head, a police official said. There are indications that the two detained Iraqis were not necessarily the perpetrators, the official said.
The soldier was taken to the Iraqi Red Crescent Hospital after the shooting, he said.
According to another police official, the soldier was found in a house in Abu Ghraib where there were weapons, ammunition and an explosive device.
The U.S. military said in a statement that a soldier in the 82nd Airborne Division had been killed “during a routine patrol in Baghdad.”
“The soldier’s name is being withheld until formal notification of his family and until notification of the next of kin is received from the Department of Defense,” according to a statement released by the U.S. military. “The soldier’s death is under investigation and the U.S. forces will conduct a thorough and deliberate investigation to ensure all facts are established and the guilty parties are punished to the fullest extent of the law.”
“We extend our deepest sympathies to the soldier’s family, his fellow soldiers and his unit,” said Lt. Col. Robert Firman, 82nd Airborne Division spokesman. “It is an extremely difficult time for the soldiers and their families.”
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