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NoClone

Type of Program: File utility
Supported Platforms: Windows 9x/ME/XP/NT 4/2Kx
Company Name: Reasonable Software House Ltd
Version: 3.2
Price: $26.80
Installed Size: 1.48Mb

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The installation of NoClone is easy and intuitive. You can place the program files where you want them. During the installation you are given the choice of adding a Desktop or Quick Launch icon. Nice that NoClone gives you a choice, many programs just install the Desktop icon whether you want it or not, some even the Quick Launch.

The first time that you start NoClone you are informed that you have 30 days to try out the software.

Lets get one thing straight right away, NoClone isn't just one of those programs that looks at the name of the files, and if they are the same considers them duplicates. NoClone does a byte by byte examination.

It also can be used with ease by the beginning and the advanced user.

I decided to test NoClone on my C drive a 18.6GB partition, with 8.05GB used. The screen below shows the search options, the ones checked are the default.



I stayed with the Default options.

When I tried to search my entire C drive I got this:



Well that certainly is understandable isn't it? When I did get the search started I was give a "It could take a long time" It actually took about 3 minutes. Then I got this:



After I clicked on that I got this:



You see what I mean about the part than NoClone can be used by either the novice or advanced user?

After the search is complete you are give a tabbed interface that shows the files in the search types that you specified in your search. In the screenshot below is the Window of the whole program after I completed my search.



One thing I want to point out to you is that part of the Window that is located in the upper area where on the left you see the bold Add button. Do you get it? With it, it means, that you are not limited to just searching one area at a time. Neat huh?

Ok, then you decide to delete some files, then what? Then you get this one:



In conclusion, if you are looking for a duplicate file finding program the search ends here. Without a doubt NoClone is the leader in the field!

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Reviewed by Joe Tex


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