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Description: Tune Sweeper is an easy to use utility which lets you quickly find and remove duplicate tracks in your iTunes Library. Tune Sweeper scans your iTunes library for duplicate tracks based on your preferred search criteria, such as matching track names, artist, album, etc. It displays your iTunes duplicates in groups so that you can easily select which of the tracks you want to remove from your iTunes. You can then easily remove all the duplicates at the click of a button. Optionally, tracks removed from iTunes are backed up for safe keeping. To help iTunes users further, Tune Sweeper also contains the ability to find and delete missing tracks in iTunes. A missing track is a track listed in iTunes but whose file on your hard drive is missing. Tune Sweeper is compatible all versions of iTunes. Tune Sweeper is available as a free trial download for Windows and Mac OSX. The full version of the software costs $19.99, giving access to all functionality, free customer support and a lifetime of free software updates.
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