Think of the possibilities. A Mac app that can cause files or folders of files to automatically disappear, deleted forever. Or, if the files are valuable, automatically archived and stored away.
That’s what autoExpire does.
Simply put, autoExpire will auto delete files and folders according to a schedule you set. Or, in the alternative, archive files and folders. It works easily enough, too. Drag and drop files or folders onto autoExpire, set the option for delete or archive, and set a time and date.
autoExpire handles any Mac file, singly, in multiples, or within folders. The expire date can be a date or number of days. It displays the number of files enclosed and does manual file deletion as well.
One way I use autoExpire is to manage the gazillion snippets, images, links, and photos I grab from the web every day. I apply the six month rule. If I haven’t used it within six months I probably didn’t need it in the first place.
autoExpire simply makes it easier to delete the clutter according to a schedule, or archive those same files for future reference.