Kristenm79
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Kristenm79 commented on 24 Oct 2009
This is completely useless unless you only want to scan very small folders. I initially tried scanning my entire hard drive and it crashed every time. I moved down to just my document folder and it ran for awhile and then even after being left all night long, didn't move any further. You can run small (MBs) folders but nothing large. This makes it completely useless for most people. Obviously I can see where my duplicate files are inside a small folder, it's the larger folders that are the problem!
I'll stick with Tidy Up! thanks.
[Version 0.9.1]



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KristenM79 reviewed on 31 May 2008
The idea of this program is great and the design would be fantastic except for a few things...
1. Scanning 10 books, all listed on Amazon, it only found 4 of them. Two of them it still couldn't find after I typed in the ISBN number. I still can't figure that out.
2. Scanning 10 DVDs in, all listed on Amazon, it could only find 6 of them.
3. Scanning 10 cds, it "found" all ten...well sort of. It found 5 correctly, and for the other 5 either they were completely off or had the wrong version (i.e. limited edition vs. regular)
4. It's SLOW. Painfully slow to the point that I was able to read the back covers of my books or DVDs in between scanning.
Overall, even with it's flaws I would have considered buying it for $20, maybe even $30. But $40? No way. I found freeware software that does similar stuff but doesn't look as pretty, and I'm happy with that for now.
[Version 2.0]



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