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March 29th, 2000

[6:00 AM] Hard Drive Scanning Utility Adds New Features
by Staff

Hyperbolic Software has updated Doublet Scan, a utility designed to help you find duplicate and other unwanted files on your Mac. The new version adds several new features. According to Hyperbolic Software:

Doublet Scan is a fast and professional way to find all the duplicates in your hard disks! Many new useful functions comes with this version! With Doublet Scan 3.0 now you can: search for unique files search for empty folders rename the files in directly the main window move found files to another location manipulate the found files using a new "Mark" window use the complete helps available in the "Help" menu

Improved interface, Drag & Drop, fully Appearance savvy. Doublet Scan 3.0 is for PowerPC machines only. If you have an older machine you must use the 2.5 version.

You can find download links at the company's web site. The update is priced at US$10 for owners of version 2.x, US$15 for owners of version 1.x, and US$25 for the full version.

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