It's amazing how much hard drive space can be taken-up by duplicated files.
Decloner helps you recover lost disk space and eliminate duplicate files on your Mac. The developers guarantee a high degree of accuracy due to the use of an SHA-1 algorithm to determine if files are identical. Using Decloner is easy. Simply browse to the file or directory that you want to scan for duplicates and click Scan. Depending on the size of the folder, scanning can take a while but Decloner is very accurate at identifying which files are possible duplicates.
You can choose whether to keep the oldest or newest or Trash items manually. The good thing is that whatever you do, nothing is really lost. All removed files are moved to the Trash can so you can restore them if the worst happens. You can use QuickLook to examine the contents of suspected duplicate files or folders just as you would in Finder. Note that Decloner also works for external drives as well.
It's a little slow at scanning and it would have been nice if it supported dragging and dropping of files but overall, Decloner should save you at least some disk space.
- Decloner helps you find and eliminate duplicate files on your Mac. It uses SHA-1 algorithm to reliably determine if files are identical. Decloner has a simple straightforward user interface where you only need to specify a directory to scan, and Decloner will find duplicate files in that directory and all its subdirectories. It then will show you the found duplicates and help get rid of them safely. Decloner never deletes anything permanently. All removed files are moved into the Trash so you can always restore them if you change your mind. When determining which files to delete, you can see their information and use QuickLook to examine the contents just like you would do it in Finder. You can define exclusion patterns to ignore certain file names, and set minimum file size to ignore very small files. Decloner can process large number of files on internal or more... What's New Version 1.4: * Decloner now requires Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard or newer and is 64-bit only. If you don't have a 64-bit capable CPU or are running Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, you should not upgrade. New features * Multiple folder support * Files that could not be trashed or moved to the safe folder are displayed in a list after scan with an option to delete them more... Version 1.4: * Decloner now requires Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard or newer and is 64-bit only. If you don't have a 64-bit capable CPU or are running Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, you should not upgrade. New features * Multiple folder support * Files that could not be trashed or moved to the safe folder are displayed in a list after scan with an option to delete them permanently * Decloner can optionally replace deleted files with aliases of the remaining file * Decloner now shows detailed information and supports QuickLook for selected duplicate file groups (based on the first file in the group) * Crash reporter Fixes * Hidden (dot) folders are not scanned anymore * Redesigned Preferences panel * Improved accessibility * Fixed outdated display of registration information * Improved responsiveness during file operations