Does anyone know of any software that will allow me to delete/rename these files, and is there anything better or free-er out there? Is there a way to search the network for filenames with spaces at the end of them? Is there any way to stop Mac users from creating files and folders with spaces on the end?
It seems you should try peculiar files or folder deletion for those files. Macs create files with trailing spaces; the terminal systems have a short time on Windows. On a Mac, you can use the terminal command line and the Terminal to remove many files simultaneously. Here are the steps to delete files using Terminal:
Step 1. On the Mac, use Spotlight Search to find and open the Terminal.
Step 2. In Terminal, type rm, drag the unwanted file into the terminal, and hit Return.
Step 3. Press the Enter key to delete the files permanently.
Note: The Terminal is a helpful tool for recovering files deleted by the command line on a Mac.
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