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Hyperbolic Software Releases Tidy Up! Version 1.2.5

Hyperbolic Software Releases Tidy Up! Version 1.2.5

by , 3:45 PM EDT, April 6th, 2007

Hyperbolic Software released version 1.2.5 of it's Tidy Up! software on Friday. The new version has the following changes:

  • Additional documentation on searches.
  • Changed the method for comparing mail messages.
  • Fixed incompatibilities with iTunes 7.1.x.
  • Fixed crashes that sometimes occur during a search.

Tidy Up! is a file duplicate finder and disk tidiness utility. "Tidy Up! has a security system that assures you will keep at least one file of the duplicate group on your disk, the ability to undo copied and moved items and the ability to restore trashed items as long as the trash is not emptied, even after a restart of the computer," the announcement said.

Tidy up! is a Universal Application and requires Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later. It is priced at US$30.00.

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