Find yourself randomly finding files that are empty and you had forgotten about a long time ago? Maybe you deleted a few files inside of it, thought you got it all – but the empty file remains? If you are a perfectionist like me, you will be happy to have the Empty Folder Nuker.

This freeware program does exactly what you would think it does. It nukes, destroys, seeks out and eliminates empty folders starting from the base folder of your choice. If you wanted it to scan “My Documents” for empty folders, it could do just that.

The interface is pretty straightforward, and does not leave a lot of room for mistakes. All you need to do is put in your base folder address and then hit a button. That is it. The program does the rest of the work for you. It also integrates with your current right click menu for easy scanning for empty folders as you browse through your computer.

Now of course you should be careful not to delete important files – that much should be a given. When it comes to doing some empty file cleanup, though, this free program is a good place to get started.

[260K] [Win98/ME/2k/XP] [FREE]

[tags]Windows, freeware, folders, empty, delete, organization, clean up[/tags]