TOKYO (MacHouse) – It’s really getting difficult for us to find a subject for which to develop a new Windows software product these days. Sometimes, we ask ourselves what we need so that we can be more efficient in developing software. And that’s how we’ve ended up with DXPurge.
DXPurge is a small Windows application that you can use to delete unnecessary resource files that are borne as a result of importing the folder from Mac OS X. If you have a folder imported from Mac OS X that contains many layers of subfolders, it can take you a few minutes or even longer to delete all those useless files whose names start with ._ (a period and an underscore). DXPurge will delete all Mac-related unnecessary resource files recursively. If you enable the checkbox at the bottom of the window, it will create a Zip archive after removing garbage files. DXPurge will also delete the DS_Store file.
This software title is currently distributed as a freeware title as it’s still in beta. You can use it without limitations till August 1, 2012. It’s been tested for Windows 7 64-bit.