After a public beta evaluation, developer The Omni Group has released OmniDiskSweeper 1.0, the final release of its disk utility software for Mac OS X.
The Omni Group bills OmniDiskSweeper as a utility for finding and deleting "big, useless files and thus making space on your hard disks." The software highlights the biggest files on your disk and notes which ones are used by the system, to help users avoid deleting necessary files.
OmniDiskSweeper is distributed as shareware. The software costs US$15 to register. Once registered, a "delete" button is activated that enables you to excise those "big, useless files" from your hard disk from within the application itself.
The Omni Group has developed a number of useful native software applications for OS X including OmniWeb, its own Web browser. More details are available from The Omni Group's Web site.
This story, "OmniDiskSweeper 1.0 released" was originally published by PCWorld.