updated 12:20 pm EDT, Mon May 25, 2009
Decloner 1.0 released
PixelEspresso has released Decloner 1.0, software meant to find and eliminate duplicate files on a Mac. Files can be deleted one-by-one, or in batches of several at a time. Quick Look support allows users to verify the contents of files, and exclusion lists can be set up to avoid common or important filetypes. Users can also specify a minimum filesize to ignore irrelevant content.
Once a set of search results is gathered, files are listed alongside basic information such as size and the number of duplicates. Decloner does not itself delete files permanently, and instead sends them to the Trash so items can be restored should something be accidentally erased. Decloner requires Mac OS X 10.5, and is currently being sold at the PixelEspresso website for $20. On June 1st the price will increase to $25.