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OmniDiskSweeper 1.9

By The Omni Group  (Freeware)
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OmniDiskSweeper is a free tool that enables you to find and delete large files, which are taking up your valuable hard drive space.

The app is fast and efficient and wrapped in simple and clean interface; upon starting OmniDiskSweeper, you will see the list disks that are attached to your Mac. You just need to double click on a disk and a new window opens with a column view that lists every folder and file that you can access, arranged by size. Any free space that remains, after you destroy unwanted files,is automatically recalculated.

OmniDiskSweeper is a great tool that let you view problem areas on your Mac in a quick glance. A word of caution, however; please only destroy the files that you know you no longer need, as there is no undo button.

So, if you need a quick way to view the files on your Mac and recover hard drive space, you can't go far wrong with OmniDiskSweeper.

Title: OmniDiskSweeper 1.9
Filename: OmniDiskSweeper-1.9.dmg
File size: 2.10MB (2,200,181 bytes)
Requirements: Mac OS X
Languages: Multiple languages
License: Freeware
Date added: March 4, 2016
Author: The Omni Group
www.omnigroup.com
MD5 Checksum: 4BFF84DB051B71C42CB2E9C509C43F2B

Fixed a common crash on OS X 10.9 Mavericks.
More Responsive: OmniDiskSweeper is much more responsive when scanning a slow disk. (The interface used to block while scanning the list of files contained in a folder, which could cause very long pauses when scanning slow disks.)
Faster Scans of Remote Disks: Switched to scanning directory contents using API that only collects the small set of attributes that OmniDiskSweeper is actually going to use, so it can scan remote disks much more quickly.
Smarter Scan Order: Rather than scanning a directory to completion before starting on any other directories, OmniDiskSweeper will automatically skip between folders so you can more quickly get a sense of how big each directory is relative to the others.

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