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Is there an alternative for the application belvedere? Something that I could use to move files from my download folder, into their respective folders. For example, if I download a .exe file, the software will automatically move it to the installer folder. Or if I download a .mp3 file, it moves it to the music folder. I'm really having difficulty using belvedere, is there any alternative that's easier to use? For Windows OS.

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How are you downloading these files? – Ignacio Vazquez-Abrams Oct 20 '10 at 3:08
firefox built in download manager – soul Oct 20 '10 at 22:38
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Have you tried DropIt? and exists a download manager that can do the move directly as it finishes to download the files with Free Download Manager

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