Mostly, we do not take out time to organize their downloaded files, and the main Downloads folder becomes cluttered with a lot of different types of files. We keep thinking about sorting the setup files, images, songs and documents into their respective folders but never get the time to do so. As a result, whenever yo want to locate a previously downloaded file, you have to go through heaps and heaps of files of different types. If you manage your download files and put them in separate folders as soon as they are downloaded, you will not have that much trouble to find the required files. aiFILE is a organization application for Windows that allows you to easily move and copy files to different locations. The application allows you to set schedules for transferring or copying files from one folder to another on a regular basis. It can be extremely useful if you receive multiple files from different sources at regular intervals. You can just set schedules to automatically organize them in folders for easy access and identification. aiFILE lets you create multiple schedules, and specify different source and destination folders for different tasks. More on aiFILE after the break.
During installation, you will be prompted to enter the License Key, but the text file containing the Serial Code is provided by the developer in the downloaded ZIP, and can be copied to the aiFILE setup.
The main interface of the application has File, Settings and Reports buttons at the top, while Source Folder, Destination folder, Move Files, Copy Files and Start options appear below.
Click File and select New Task to create schedules for transferring files from different source to destination locations at regular intervals. It allows you to set Daily, Weekly and Monthly schedules, define the time for running the task, and decide how often should it occur (occur every 1 day by default). Moreover, you can specify the default Source folder and Destination folder for the program.
The Schedule Editor accessible by selecting Scheduled Task under Settings enables you to add new tasks and modify existing ones, while paths of default source and destination folders can be changed from Paths under Settings.
aiFILE lacks the ability to define specific types of files to copy or move from folders, something that can make the application a lot more useful. aiFILE works on both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7.