Can I create an expiry date on files and folders to keep my drives clean? I have screengrabs that I need to make, and need to use, but I don't need to keep them forever. If I could give them a lifespan of six months, say, and have them auto-destruct, that would be great. I'm sure the mighty Opus would make that possible, anyone? (Leo, obviously )
I knew you'd get back to me Task Scheduler seems to be a good route, but my choices are start a program or script. Could I use Start a program to call DOpus to delete files older than yay, in a specific directory and sub-directories?
It might be possible with a batch file but I'm not sure. I'd probably use JScript to do it, since that has objects to let you search in/below a folder, checking names against regular expression and dates against your criteria.
Depends how comfortable you are with that though. What I'd do might not be best for you, of course!