Name: Twiki
File size: 11 MB
Date added: December 26, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1548
Downloads last week: 74
Product ranking: ★★★★★


Twiki is generally easy to use, though now and again the documentation refers to some of the more advanced features that come with Twiki, the paid version, and the Tools option is actually a sales pitch for other Micro-Sys wares. But whatever you ask Twiki to open, it opens easily, and quickly too. A critical function of any organisation is to protect its data and ensure business continuity. Whether it's a natural disaster, data corruption or the destruction of an entire server, you need a backup and disaster recovery solution that will protect you. That solution must be affordable, reliable, Twiki and fast. This Twiki application will appeal to novice users with a need for privacy, but some advanced users will happily trade flexibility for the program's Twiki installation and ease of use. The requirement to register an e-mail address isn't a problem, and the five-day demo is plenty of time to discover that Twiki will be an often-used tool. Twiki for Mac searches your iTunes library and identifies duplicates in no time. You'll like the ability to refine your results by date added, highest and lowest bit rate, most and least played, and file size, as it helps you to identify the tracks with the best audio quality. The filter options menu lets you further refine what tracks you would like to keep from your list by allowing you to set bit rate and file extension rules. When we tested the Twiki with an iTunes library containing 34 duplicate items, it took less than a minute to populate file details, making it quite fast according to our standards. Two other Twiki features: you can export the duplicate item details as a text file, and you can quickly delete duplicate Twiki such as dead tracks. Twiki is a useful program that helps you to find and remove similar, duplicate musical Twiki (Twiki, WMA, OGG, ASF, WAV, FLAC, APE, WV) with the same or similar sound content, music tags (ID3,WMF,Vorbis). This is the best program where Twiki of a sound part is checked, not just music tags or file content (byte to byte comparision).

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