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Duplicate file cleaner??


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pretty much as the title says.
I have a really bad habit of scattering files all over the place, leading to some hefty loss of space.

are there any free apps to track down these errant files so I can sort out my imac?
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File Buddy can help you find duplicate files, you can download a fully functional demo

http://www.skytag.com/filebuddy/
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I use TidyUp - great in that it does not just search on file names but you can search on content too - great for finding duplicate downloads.

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