Detect and delete orphaned files from your web server. OrFind helps you recover wasted space and remove old web content by analyzing your website link structure and detecting unused files. You can clean up your entire website in minutes with OrFind!
Apr 25, 2013 14:08:34
Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
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Description: Find and remove unlinked files from your website with OrFind! Is your website several generations old? Have you inherited a website that has not been well maintained? If you need to figure out which files your website is actually using and which are left over from years gone by, than you need OrFind.
OrFind automatically crawls each page of your website and analyzes the linking structure. It compares the files crawled to the files stored on your server and determines which files are needed and which are orphaned.
OrFind can automatically backup and remove orphaned files, saving disk space and making website maintenance easier. Don't let unused files and out dated content become a liability for your website, clean it up today!
OrFind is easy to use but powerful enough to handle complex websites. OrFind's easy to use exclusion list allows you to quickly filter out specific files and folders. OrFind's unique folder view allows you to backup and delete specific orphan files or entire directories at once.
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