Empty Trash
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Small application to empty the trash (beta)   Free
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Empty Trash is extremely simple to use, it functions just like the OS X trash: files and folders dropped on it are deleted, and disks dropped on it are ejected. But because it's an application, you can put Empty Trash in your Finder windows' toolbar to have easy access to it in any folder.
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Intel, OS X 10.7 or later







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Haliomaster reviewed on 28 Sep 2013
I see no benefit to use this. Useless.
[Version 1.0]


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@timi commented on 28 Sep 2013
Cmd-Delete to move to trash, and
Cmd-Shift-Delete to empty trash.

I find them so much easier than dragging things around.
[Version 1.0]

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Haliomaster replied on 28 Sep 2013
Very true. There is no need for apps like this. If it only could get the related files too, it would be useful.
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Okuyukashī rated on 28 Sep 2013

[Version 1.0]



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Lee_Xiao rated on 28 Sep 2013

[Version 1.0]


Downloads:180
Version Downloads:180
Type:Utilities : File Management
License:Free
Date:28 Sep 2013
Platform:Intel 64 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Empty Trash is extremely simple to use, it functions just like the OS X trash: files and folders dropped on it are deleted, and disks dropped on it are ejected. But because it's an application, you can put Empty Trash in your Finder windows' toolbar to have easy access to it in any folder.


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