SFV Ninja 1.2.0 Build 1 Freeware

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SFV Ninja 1.2.0 Build 1 FreewareDuplicate files can be a nuisance sometimes. Although, in rare cases, they can be a lifesaver by providing an accidental backup for a lost file, most of the time they are occupying memory space for no particular purpose. Spotting a duplicate file is not that tricky, but when you have a lot of files and you want to batch process them, searching the matching ones can be tiresome. This is where SFV Ninja comes in handy. Each file has a unique checksum, so duplicate files have the same checksum. SFV Ninja can generate the checksum of a file and, when batch processing data, SFV Ninja will notify you in case he finds two or more checksums that match, thus revealing cloned files. Various file options The application has a few useful options for processed files. You can launch the file directly from the processing list or open the location of a file, which can be very useful for when you process massive folders that contain a lot of subfolders, making manual search of a file very hard. Furthermore, SFV Ninja can generate and compare the checksums of newly added files, thus saving time by not generating checksums for files already processed. Extensive file and checksum information SFV Ninja displays the checksum of a file and all the actions that it has performed, giving you an overlook over your files. For instance, the program displays a message whenever he has generated a checksum for a new file, or when two or more files have matching checksums. An overall good checksum generator and duplicate file finder SFV Ninja is a powerful and simple to use application that can generate the checksum of a file and verify if any checksums of multiple files match. This comes in really handy when you want to search for duplicate photos, or cloned registry libraries that unnecessarily occupy disk space.
SFV Ninja helps you detect any clone files in your computers by verifying their checksums, which are unique to every file. Two verification modes. The first will verify all files in the list like any typical SFV application. The second mode will only verify any newly added files. This second mode allows you to “update” an existing SFV file without having to verify all of the files. Recursively scan a folder for SFV/MD5/SHA-1/SHA-256 files and load them all at once. Uses relative paths whenever possible when generating SFV/MD5/SHA-1/SHA-256 files.
What’s New
  • Added ability to specify the listview font in the Options menu.
  • Zero-byte files weren’t handled correctly for MD5, SHA-1, and SHA-256 hash types.

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