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-rmw (Remove to Waste) functions as a command line recycle bin/trash can
-utility. Optionally, it can ReMove files to Desktop trash and has been
-tested on GNOME, KDE, and Xfce. It features quick and easy restoration
-from the command line, duplication protection, and can purge files after
-x amount of days.
+Rmw is a program written in C, designed to help manage your files and
+prevent accidents at the command line. Rmw can send files to your "Desktop"
+trash, or a completely separate folder. It can also: restore files; permanently
+delete files that were rmw'ed more than xx number of days ago; skip files or
+directories that have a "PROTECT" directive in the configuration file; and
+append a unique string to the filenames so they won't get overwritten
+(duplication protection).