iEmpty 1.2 reviewDownload
What is iEmpty? In Mac OS X, users may have several issues for empty trash or remove files/folders.
What is iEmpty? In Mac OS X, users may have several issues for empty trash or remove files/folders. iEmpty is a freeware, which can help users to handle those problem files/folders easily.
How do I install? Drag iEmpty to anywhere in your hard drive. Recommend to place it into /Applications/Utilities/.
How do I use iEmpty? Double-click iEmpty to run the program. In the main window, select the tabs, Trash Bin or User-Select, and then click Empty, SuperEmpty to empty trash or click Remove, SuperRemove to remove the files/folders by user-select.
Here are some key features of "iEmpty":
A folders from the old-world Mac OS may be locked. In Mac OS X, the finder does not have the ability to lock/unlock folders. If a folder is locked, users cannot remove it in Mac OS X. iEmpty can handle the problem easily.
When users download or uncompress a file and the using program crashes, users may not remove those unfinished files. The system may not allow users to move those files into Trash or may not let users empty Trash because the files are being use by the crashed program. iEmpty can handle the problem easily.
If users want to remove some invisible files, iEmpty can handle it easily.
If users want to remove a selected file/folder in Trash, iEmpty can handle it easily.
Multiple locked-files, locked-folders, locked-subfiles, locked-subfolders are in a directory, users can remove the directory easily without doing unlock first.
Files/Folders are protected by administrator can be removed easily by enter the administrator password. (Careful using the function, it can kill your system)
Permission problem files/folders can be handled easily by iEmpty.
No more package file for installation.
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