Tidy Up is the duplicate finder and disk tidiness utility for expert users. It's the only fully-featured duplicate remover available on the market, and allows you to efficiently clean your computer from the junk it built-up.
comes with a search mode called Simple Mode, which includes
more than 100 pre-defined smart searches.
For a customized strategy you can opt for Strategy Wizard, which, based on your answers, chooses the appropriate criteria to find duplicates and creates a "Smart Box" that will contain the items to be removed.
For a further tuning of the search criteria you can opt for the Advanced Mode.
The advanced method is the most customized method offered on the
market. It allows you to find duplicate files and packages by the
owner application, content, type, creator, extension, time modified,
time created, name, label, visibility and date/age.
You can also search by the tags, duration and bit installments of MP3 and AAC sound files and EXIF metadata; find the duplicate e-mail messages; search the contents of the Photos, iPhoto, Aperture, iTunes, databases and Mail mailboxes; synchronize deletions with iPhoto, Mail and iTunes.
Tidy Up allows you to find duplicate folders by name, date modified, date created, label, visibility, empty folders, their content and more.
One of the most interesting features of
is the capability to separate the found items for a quick and easy
organization, through the use of "Smart Boxes".
For example, smart boxes can be used to separate the items belonging to a specific album, playlist or mailbox of the supported applications.
allows you to trash and move items, replace the moved and trashed
items with aliases or symbolic links, burn, assign colored
Finder tags and export the list of found items into html and text files.
A snapshot of the result can be saved and later managed.
Tidy Up has a security system that assures you will keep at least one file of the duplicate group on your disk; it offers the possibility via menu items to undo copied and moved items and to restore trashed items as long as the trash is not emptied, even after a restart of the computer.
Video tutorials and more...