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Fast Duplicate File Finder: Locate And Manage Duplicate & Similar Items

 

Duplicate files present in our hard disk waste precious storage space. If you spend a lot of time on a PC, it is not unusual to accidently have multiple copies of the same document or file in different memory locations. Fast Duplicate File Finder is an application that lets you quickly find and locate duplicate, as well as similar, files and folders present in your hard disk. You can then select the duplicates in a batch operation to move or delete them, freeing up hard drive space, and avoiding cluttering of your file system. It uses fast binary comparison algorithm and has preview support for documents and images.

To start, click New Project button on the top left corner and add the drives and folders to search for duplicates. Once the folders are selected, click Start Scan button at the bottom right corner to begin the search process. After the scan is complete, a summary is displayed of all the duplicate groups and files found in the select drives and folders.

Fast Duplicate File Finder Found

You can also perform post-scan actions to auto check the files according to older or newer dates. To auto-select the old dated duplicate files, select older dates in the After Scan Actions menu available in the bottom left corner and click Auto Check.

Fast Duplicate File Finder After Scan Actions - [untitled

Click the Options button at the top to access settings related to Process Priority, Enable/disable logging, View of checked files and Column view options.

Fast Duplicate File Finder Options

Fast Duplicate File Finder comes in both free and paid flavors. The free version has limitations regarding Filter functionality, in that it cannot open files with associated applications, cannot export results to XML or CSV file, and so on. The complete comparison can be found on the developers website. Fast Duplicate File Finder works on Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7.

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Fast Duplicate File Finder: Locate And Manage Duplicate & Similar Items
Fawad
Fri, 09 Dec 2011 08:20:01 GMT

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