Root Sucker is a tool for Windows to move files that are contained in a lot of sub-folders to their root folder. This can save you a lot of work, but should be used with caution. If you don't know what you are doing you are able to cause a lot of trouble with it. There is no undo button so nothing will save you if this tool is not used properly. Maybe make a backup of the files in the root folder before using this. But if you use it the right way and you know what you're doing it's able to save your day.
- English and german UI
- Windows only
Start the tool and define the root folder where all files should be in the end by either clicking the browse button ("...") or by dragging a folder to the window. You are able to rename the files with the name of the sub-folder that they are in, if you check the corresponding box. Then hit "Do it!" and that's it.
I like to repeat it again and I don't want to hear I didn't warn you:
IF YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING, THIS TOOL CAN CAUSE YOU A LOT OF TROUBLE!