Organizing your desktop is very easy when you don't have to do anything at all. Mac OS X has a few simple utilities, such as Desktoday and Clean , that just move clutter into a separate folder when it's been sitting around doing nothing for a specified amount of time. This is useful if you're looking to sort by date (and are on a Mac), but we've taken a look at how you can automatically organize your Windows or Mac desktop with Belvedere (Windows) or Hazel (Mac OS X). Both applications allow you to specify specific criteria to look for and then perform actions when those criteria are met. For example, if you ever have any images on the desktop that have been around for more than a week, you can tell either program to move them into, say, your To Be Archived bin automatically. Of course, you can automate much more than that. These applications are capable of opening, duplicating, and deleting files, plus much more. Be sure to read our full guide on automatically cleaning your desktop for a more in-depth look on what you can do.
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