From Chaos Comes Order: Chaos Master Update

Casady & Greene have released an update for Chaos Master, bringing it to version 1.2.2. Chaos Master is a file management utility designed to bring order and performance to a users hard drive. The update has bug fixes in Wizard Mode. According to Casady & Greene:

Chaos Master, the ultimate file-management utility that controls clutter and improves performance of your drive, has a new update.

Version 1.2.2 fixes an issue which arises when using Wizard Mode or when having Chaos Master recommend files to remove in "Duplicate Files" or "Duplicate Applications" in the Advanced tab. This issue occurs when and only when users have two System Folders on the same partition. In some cases, this circumstance has caused files from the Active System folder to be moved to the trash. Chaos Master now distinguishes between the Active System folder and any other systems in this partition, and checks for Duplicate Files or Duplicate Applications without accessing the Active System Folder.

Chaos Master brings order to usersi hard disks by seamlessly combining fourteen disk and file management utilities in an easy-to-use and intuitive application. Chaos Master sports both a quick-check wizard for users who want a simple disk analysis, and an advanced mode for users who want to perform over a dozen file manipulation tasks, such as:

  • Updating applications via
  • Finding and fixing broken files and aliases
  • Finding orphaned text files
  • Cleaning up Internet cache files
  • Slimming fat applications
  • Uninstalling unwanted applications

You can find more information about the Chaos Master update at the Casady & Greene Web site. Chaos Master 1.2.2 is available for US$49.95.