Quickly & Easily Speed Up Your Mac!
Tidy Up by Hyperbolic Software has released what I consider to be the easiest-to-use and most intuitive duplicate file removal software currently available, exclusively for Mac users.
The difference between Tidy Up and other methods is that the entire process is easy, fast, and secure.
Take a look to see what I mean…
Posted: June 13th, 2012 | Author: Simon | Filed under: Clean Up iPhoto, Removign Duplicate Photos in Macbook | No Comments »
With the ability to add photos to your MacBook through the use of websites, digital cameras, or emails your computer can become overloaded. With the addition of so many photos also come the frustrations of trying to organize multiple copies of the same photos that vary in size, file type and other slight differences. With all these photos comes the frustration related to a computer that is drastically slowing down in speed.
Before you go through the process of cleaning up duplicate files, you need to know how they got there to begin with so that you can attempt to prevent from doing it again. One of the biggest means for the creation of duplicate files is when photos are taken on digital cameras. When pictures are uploaded, many forget to delete them from their camera and take more pictures, thus uploading them on to the computer more than once. Other common reasons for having duplicates is making copies with names, changing the format the image is saved in, and downloading and installing various software.
Removal of duplicate photos in MacBook can be done either manually or via duplicate finder and removal software. Manually finding and deleting duplicates, although it is a timely process is extremely effective and highly accurate as no errors can be made with proper care. With duplicate finder software, duplicate photos can be found faster, using a variety of labels, the interface is customizable, and there is the ability to retrieve photos even after the iMac has been restarted. You can try this type of software out for yourself by downloading Tidy Up!