Disk drive in a mess?
SpaceMan 99 is the ideal tool to help sort it out.
It's very easy to end up with lots of copies of the same files all over your disk.
This can happen when you copy files and folders from place to place,
or if you download the same files several times from the Internet.
SpaceMan 99 shows you where all these duplicate files are,
and provides powerful commands to help you to automatically delete the unwanted copies.
Disk drive always full? SpaceMan 99 can also show the total disk space used by all folders. This is invaluable when you are trying to find out what is using up all your disk space.
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Fed up with renaming files one by one?
RenameMan lets you rename lots of files all at once.
You can rename files using string replace, case conversion, auto-numbering,
length truncation, auto-text and special number handling commands.
RenameMan can also remember your most common commands, making them even quicker to use.
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Windows does not provide a simple way to copy filenames or folder listings to the clipboard.
CopyFilenames adds an extra menu item to the context menu in Windows Explorer that appears when you right click on a file or folder,
which makes copying filenames a one-click operation!
It also has options for including file attributes such as size or date, and also provides commands to
make it very quick to replace one file with another.
Once you've tried CopyFilenames, you'll wonder how you managed without it!
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DeleteEmptyFolders lets you scan your disk for empty folders.
These can then be deleted at the press of a button!
Although empty folders take up hardly any disk space, they do clutter you disk and can mean you waste time.
DeleteEmptyFolders is very quick to use - it simply adds an extra menu command to the context menu in Windows Explorer that appears when you right click on a folder.
Another benefit of DeleteEmptyFolders is when you want to delete a folder you think is empty.
Using the Delete Empty Folders command instead of the Windows Delete command means you can't
accidentally delete files if the folder you thought was empty does contain files after all!
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