How do people use NoClone?
Search zero-size files, same-name files, same-content files and file portions
Simple fuzzy match
Search over network
Search files by date and size
Include/exclude specified folder
search area / search target íV search against folder
Multiple file types allowed
Include/exclude hidden files/folders
Protect Windows folder
Show file versions
User input History
Duplicate file groups are colourized
Preview and open file/folder
Export result list in comma separated value (CSV) format
Show file properties and file versions
Save/load search session (path list, search parameters and result)
Report no. of duplicate file groups
File read error report
mark by date, size, version, folder and file name pattern
Move marked files to a folder
Delete marked files permanently or to recycle bin
Copy marked files to a folder
Check new version online
Show file details in tool tips / option to disable tool tips
Contextual tips and warnings
NoClone is shareware that searches your computer for duplicate files and removes them: this frees up disk space and improves file management.
Too often Internet users download files to their computers where duplicate files may exist and waste storage space. This is more likely to happen if you use a robot to download all files within the URL. Buying a larger hard drive can solve the problem, but then you're using up the hard drive, you write them to CDR & more and more space is required. A sensible alternative method is to detect your duplicate files and delete them. That immediately gives you more space & increases your available disk space.
Programmers can use NoClone to compare their source code files so that they won't be confused by the same file name and duplicate files.
File portions are usually partially downloaded files or truncated files. NoClone can find out those files with the completed version.
A simple fuzzy match allows files with little difference between them to clog up your computer. File transmission errors over a network are sometimes overlooked in this mode. Files downloaded by a P2P program e.g. eMule/Kazaa may contain this kind of file.
Zero-size files are usually temp. files: they can be safely removed to
allow you to manage your files better.
NoClone compares large files and large number of files fast.
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