Duplicate Zapper for Mac
Duplicate files or folders take up storage space unnecessarily on your disk, and might even slow down your system’s performance. Duplicate Zapper is a beautifully designed Mac app that is capable to find duplicate items by scanning their content, and provides a streamlined workflow to help you remove them.
Effortless to install and setup duplicates finder that can scan various locations
Due to its organized and user friendly interface, finding your way around Duplicate Zapper is extremely easy. Start by specifying the types of items you want to scan: folders, archives, movies, documents, music or pictures.
The next step is to choose the locations you want to scan: you can easily add multiple directories to the inclusion and exclusion lists. Noteworthy is that each folder has a small checkbox attached, allowing you to signal if it should be included in the current scan or not.
Quickly browse your duplicate files, select the ones that should be removed, and send them to the Trash
For your convenience, Duplicate Zapper comes with various sorting tools designed to help you navigate the duplicates list in an efficient manner. First off, you can choose to see only a specific type of files. In addition, you can sort them in an ascending or descending manner, filtering the items by name, count, type, size, selection status, or extension.
Moreover, Duplicate Zapper is also able to select the files that should be removed on its own, by applying different rules: keep earliest / latest files, keep shortest / longest path, keep originals, or keep files stored on disk.
User friendly duplicates detector that can help you save up a lot of storage space
Since Duplicate Zapper analyzes the files content, and not only the metadata attributes, the utility is quite accurate when it comes to identifying duplicate files. Furthermore, Duplicate Zapper comes with a streamlined workflow that enables you to manage and remove files with minimal effort.
Noteworthy is that Duplicate Zapper can simply send the files to the Trash, but is also able to secure delete them: can overwrite the duplicates with passes of random data (can go from a single pass to up to 35) before moving them to the Trash.