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The software that I recommend is simple to use. You click a few buttons using the Wizard function, Duplicate File Finder and within seconds you have searched out duplicate songs, files, programs, photos, e-mails, and more. The software compares bitrates, download date, author, length, and many more options. It becomes simple to back-up the songs you want for later, or to delete the songs that are just wasting space.

Life is too short to spend collective hours staring at loading screens and spinning beach balls. By using the software that I recommend, you can speed up your Mac to the way it was when you first bought it. If you need to delete duplicate songs, take a look at the software that I recommend.

Is your iMac or Macbook running slowly? Taking a long time to boot up? Are you staring at the 'spinning beachball' for too long? A big problem with Mac computers is that once they get clogged with duplicate files, they begin to perform a lot more slowly than they used to. If you download audio files or if your tunes library is packed with songs, then there's a good chance that you could use a clean-up. You simply need a way to find out which songs are duplicates, which version is the better version, and delete the audio files that you don't need.

The problem is that going about this manually can be very difficult and time-consuming. Think about it; you would have to listen to each track, check the bitrates, see when you downloaded the file, and more, all to figure out which song you want to keep and which you want to delete or back-up. Luckily, there is lightweight software that does all of this work for you and it's just for Mac users.

Steve Gilbert is an Apple supporter/Mac enthusiast. He has experience with PCs as well, but prefers Macs due to their simplicity and reliability. He has lived in the Pacific Northwest for the last 10 years, and enjoys skatings, snowboarding, and the occasional HBO series. He's a big fan of getting rid of clutter and duplicate files, which overheat and prematurely end the lives of otherwise healthy Mac computers. Take a look: http://www.ashisoft.com


Friday, 28-Sep-2012 11:07 Email | Share | | Bookmark
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You can choose to sort the files by "Type", "Name", "Modified Date", etc. That will help you find the duplicates and then remove them easily.Although the above method is very easy to find and delete duplicate files, it still has several shortcomings. Firstly, it can only search files by file name. That means the identical files that have different names will not be detected at all.

Besides, this method is applicable when you have only several files to deal with. If you have many files to manage, you will find it very slow and inefficient. You need to repeat the steps for a thousand times to get rid of all the duplicate files on your hard drive.If you have only few files, the mentioned-above method is good for you. But if you have a pile of files to deal with, the best way is to use a Windows 7 duplicate file finder. It is much easier and faster than the above-mentioned method.You can click here to use a Duplicate File Finder to help you delete duplicate files in your Windows 7 quickly. And you can click here to read more and find out how to Delete duplicate files in windows 7.

After the scan completes, a list of detected files that contain the same file name will be shown in the window. Right click black area, select "View" and then select "Details". Now you can see all the information of the files such as file size, modified date, type and so on. Now you need to compare them carefully.If you find it is hard to compare, right click black area again and select "Sort".A lot of people find many duplicate files in their new Windows 7 system after using it for a while. They not only waste limited disk space but also bring you great inconvenience when you are looking for files that you need. This article is going to tell you how to delete duplicate files in Windows 7.

This is a very simple method that you can use to get rid of them in minutes. You only need to follow the steps as below:Right click your "Computer" and select "Open". You are in the root directory of your hard drive now.In the Search box, enter the file name that may be duplicated. Press "Enter" and the scan will start automatically. Please note that you are scanning the whole computer now. If you want to scan other locations, you need to browse to the location first. And then start the scan.Using Duplicate File Finder.


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