OneTrash
OneTrash
2.7

0.5

OneTrash free download for Mac

OneTrash

2.7
29 March 2016

Select files to delete from the trash.

Overview

OneTrash erases items from your Trash. Individually.

Features
  • Remove Files (Icons Mode)
  • Remove Folders (Icons Mode)
  • Remove all items (List Mode)
  • Repair System Trash for TimeMachine issues

What's new in OneTrash

Version 2.7:
  • Bug correction for "Launch at startup" buttons

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8 OneTrash Reviews

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bowlerboy-jmb
22 April 2011

Most helpful

Wow! An application that lets you separate items destined to be trashed from those only vaguely intended to be trashed later. Just what I don't need: an application that postpones decision-making. Should I empty all this garbage now, or should I leave this item in the Trash along with the other junk I don't want, but not really get rid of it yet? Oh, the suspense would just kill me. Add this one to the list of more useless applications I can do without. It's just another one of those ideas that belong in the trash bin of "Why even bother?"
Like (4)
Version 1.2
Jimw
05 March 2016
The Trash should never be used as a file container or folder. Anything put into the Trash should be considered deleted. Apple does provide several recovery methods to recover an accidentally trashed item but they are not meant as tools to enable the Trash to be used for temporary storage. Doing so is very risky. As such this tool should be considered dangerous and useless. Naive users should be trained in the proper use of the Trash and not rely on any tool such as this one.
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Version 2.6
OneTrash decided to delete a bunch of apps that were NOT in the Trash. Took hours to repair. Stay away from this one.
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Version 2.0.2
Sleek
09 January 2013
Why is this app her when on app store is is not free at all! Info here and app Store is misleading so i will give it only 1 star. This is laying luring trick...
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Version 2.0
2 answer(s)
Regular-Warren
Regular-Warren
09 January 2013
Sleek, This app was mistakenly listed as free by one of our Content Editors. Sorry for the misinformation. We've corrected the listing.
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Intellect-Inside
Intellect-Inside
09 January 2013
But it still shows up in listings when filtering out commercial apps. Some other previously "free" apps do too.
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@timi
09 January 2013
Or you could use the trash the right way and not store shit in it. Documents you want to save don't belong in the trash... Think of it like the real world. Would you leave your paycheck in the trash until you wanted it?
Like (3)
Version 2.0
1 answer(s)
Dalahast
Dalahast
09 January 2013
This sounds like what my mother does in Mail.app. She doesn't want to learn how to use folders, so she stores things in the trash. Naturally, I had to disable the feature that automatically deletes old messages in the trash once she asked me where her saved emails had gone.
Like (2)
dgr88
27 May 2012
Thank you for this . I use this a lot and am very grateful for it. Works like a charm.
Like (1)
Version 1.4
artie505
11 November 2011
> "Do you want to delete a file from the recycle bin? " Whenever I want to delete a file from the recycle bin I visit a friend with a Windoze box.
Like (3)
Version 1.4
2 answer(s)
bbw7
bbw7
11 June 2012
But now you can do it from your Mac -- and all for the low, low price of $1.99, which by the way does not qualify as free.
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artie505
artie505
12 June 2012
@bbw7 - I think you missed my point: "Recycle Bin" is a Windoze term; Macs have "Trash."
Like (1)
bowlerboy-jmb
22 April 2011
Wow! An application that lets you separate items destined to be trashed from those only vaguely intended to be trashed later. Just what I don't need: an application that postpones decision-making. Should I empty all this garbage now, or should I leave this item in the Trash along with the other junk I don't want, but not really get rid of it yet? Oh, the suspense would just kill me. Add this one to the list of more useless applications I can do without. It's just another one of those ideas that belong in the trash bin of "Why even bother?"
Like (4)
Version 1.2
1 answer(s)
bbw7
bbw7
11 June 2012
I agree with you, and found your comment amusing (hence giving you a MU karma point); however, there may be some who find this functionality useful.
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LittleGreen
14 March 2011
please, keep on with this very nice app. it does what it says. it's a pity the OS itself does not have this feature by default. i hope you will add more options, just like, for example, list items by MB, or alphabetically. thanx for your work
Like (3)
Version 1.1