Who wants clutter on our desktop? None. But, we all do it? Right? Over time, links and files take up our desktop down to the point of covering the entire space. Isn’t it so dirty?
First, the application allows us to create a Fence (space where you organize your files/links). I have managed to create my first fence by doing a right click and dragged it to form a fence and finished off by hitting the create a fence here button. Then the janitor job started with choosing a title for the fence, sort of, category. I started with System Tools and throw everything in there icons of applications that belonged to this category, and so on.
Second good part is that you can double click on any vacant area of your desktop and all the elements are automatically hidden, do it again and they will reappear. Another good extra is that you can exclude some of your fences from the auto-hide feature.
Good deal, right? And again it’s free, and the developer says, it’ll stay that way, forever. Thanks, then!
Go on and try it, you might like it.
—- image from Stardock