CloneSensor is a very different duplicate file finder with a view to organizing the collections of files. It has ultra fast searching speed with optimized algorithm and provides many batch processing commands to find and delete duplicate files.
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:12
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Description: CloneSensor is a very different duplicate file finder with a view to organizing the collections of files. It has ultra fast searching speed with special optimized algorithm and provides many batch processing commands to help you find and delete duplicate files. It also provides many ways to rename or batch rename filenames for organizing your collections better.
Speed: With a simple: offline image websites, 6,455 directories, 199,204 files, total 8.48GB size, include 14,537 duplicate files, total 665MB size. Just 7.5 minutes, the result came out, 443 files/second and just 54MB peak memory usage.
Difference: When the same series of files are placed in several directories, CloneSensor will group smartly and mark the display with the same background. This design bases on the fact that the files which deal with the same subject are always placed together.
Efficiency: With powerful batch commands and smartly location commands, you can process millions of files just like hundreds.
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