Desktop Demon 3.1
DesktopDemon memorizes just about everything about your Desktop from your icon positions, desktop Theme, Application Switcher position and open windows, through to your monitor resolution and color depth.
You can immediately trash the desktop clutter or move it to a subfolder where it can be deleted later according to your preference settings.
DesktopDemon requires Jon's Commands and Dialog Director that are included in the main folder. They are located inside the "Scripting Additions" folder, which is inside the DesktopDemon folder.
For more information, including on later updates, please read the documentation or visit the home page.
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