less borders, less color gradients and less animations (speeds up
the process of finding duplicates has its own dialog
layout made a bit less "full" for some options, mostly in the
right side bar
removed a couple of unneeded text fields (ironically, I had
files unsafe for deletion
show those files (files in the Windows directory and system and
exclude those files from being selected or even remove them from
all fields at once
using wildcards (* and ?) or a regular expression
allow filtering of search files per file extension
new dialog to edit the type filters
add one criteria to remove files from the list
display of amount of files cleaned & of files scanned
crash when cleaning all files in a duplicate group
cursor when finding duplicates
remove files from list: stats not updated
help file (FINALLY!) - html file, with style reminiscent of this
What is WeeDuplicateDetective?
WeeDuplicateDetective is easy to use, nice to look at, and does its job
perfectly. It gives you a lot of control over
what is to be considered as a duplicates,
how the list of found duplicates is shown,
how you can select which duplicates are to be cleaned
how you can clean the selected duplicates
Have a look at the help file (also
available in the installer) for full information.
Plus, WDD is 100% free and will remain so!
Who makes WeeDuplicateDetective?
Well, I do. My name is Guillaume Ranslant. I'm French and I live in
Germany. Check my blog
or my LinkedIn
profiles for more information.
I develop WDD in my free time, therefore no company is involved in any
way. Therefore also, ... things take some time to be done, as my kids
take a lot of my free time (and I like it so).
I use Visual C# Express for the code, NSIS for the installer, Paint.NET
and IcoFX for the main icon and found some icons on www.findicons.com.
fixed - WDD doesn't hang anymore when cancelling the cleaning
added - support for animated GIFs in the preview pane
added - you can now stop the search for duplicates
2011 - Guillaume Ranslant (site content and design
(HTML and CSS(3)), WeeDuplicateDetective) 1 pun intended - 2 I will not
actually give a mummy back, I don't have any - 3 Depending
on the browser you use, the CSS will render differently, FF5 gives the
most satisfying results so far