Duplicate Sweeper Mac

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Find and delete duplicate files from your Mac with the help of Duplicate Sweeper, a tool that offers you a smart method to detect and find duplicate files

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As we use our computer, it's normal that, unless we're extremely careful, we fill it up with duplicate files that end up occupying all the storage space available on our hard drive. To prevent this from becoming a problem, we can make use of an application of the likes of Duplicate Sweeper.

The answer to how to remove duplicate files on a Mac

With this app, you won't have to waste time searching for them manually. You've just got to choose the locations of your hard drive where you want to search for files to carry out the process. Its main advantage is that it's capable of locating those that have the same name and filter them by date.

It's based on an algorithm capable of carrying out this identification, offering the user the selection of duplicate elements that can be deleted with just one click. The latter are also sent to the waste bin so that they can be recovered just in case the user regrets his decision.

Essential for the maintenance of your Mac.

To carry out this maintenance, location, and removal of files process, yu have to follow these steps:

  1. Step 1: choose where you want the program to search by adding any folder and start the exploration. You can also exclude folders from the process.
  2. Step 2: check the results and choose which files you want to keep. The latter can be filtered by file type.
  3. Step 3: confirm the files to be removed and send the duplicates to the waste bin.

Thanks to this simple process, we can free space whilst we also improve the organization of all the folders on our computer.

Remember that this is a free trial version, therefore, to be able to make the most of all its features, you'll have to buy the full version of the software.

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