July 7, 2009 in Utility (E)
[prMac.com] London, UK - Baseline 1.5, the superfast disk scanning app from MildMannered Industries adds a much requested feature, allowing users to select and delete multiple items from their hard drives, making freeing up disk space much more efficient. Multiple levels of undo are also supported, in case of over-enthusiastic deletions.
Baseline 1.5 now uses zip for compress files and folders, just like the Finder, and includes many fixes for stability and memory usage. Visit MildMannered Industries to learn more about Baseline and to try out the new version. Baseline 1.5 is a recommended upgrade for all users.
Baseline features include:
* Super Fast Disk Scanning
* Compare Disks against saved Baselines
* Directory Tree, browser, or TreeMap views
* Duplicate File Detection
* QuickLook support
* Time Machine support
* View only the items that have changed since a previous Baseline
* Delete or Compress files or folders from within Baseline
* Multiple levels of Deletion Undo support
* Detects System and Package installed files and warns before removing them
* Leopard Compatible
* Mac OS X Version 10.4 Tiger or 10.5 Leopard
* Universal Binary for PowerPC and Intel
* 6 MB Hard Drive space
* Optional Growl Support
Pricing and Availability:
Baseline 1.5 can be purchased for $20.00 (USD). Licenses cover personal use on an unlimited number of computers, or business use on a single computer. A free fully functional 14 day demo is available for download. After the 14 day trial period is over, Baseline will not display comparisons against previously saved scans, but all other functionality will remain intact.
Based in Camden Town, London, England, MildMannered Industries Ltd. is a privately funded, independent software vendor and consulting firm founded in 2005 by Martin Redington. MildMannered Industries develops best-of-breed software for the Macintosh and iPhone platforms. Copyright 2005-2009 MildMannered Industries Limited. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.