Any body ever use duplicate file finder?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista File Management' started by Richerd Wang, Feb 28, 2008.

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    Richerd Wang Guest

    Hello everybody?
    I just want to know if anybody have ever use a duplicate file finder to
    manage files? Thanks in advantage.

    Best wishes.


    Richerd Wang
     
    Richerd Wang, Feb 28, 2008
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    AllanIsKing Guest

    I use Directory Repor
    Download: http://www.file-utilities.com/downloads/wdir.zi
    Home Page: 'Directory printer, find duplicate files, rename files, an
    maintain your files - all in 1 tool' (http://www.file-utilities.com

    It can find duplicates based on the same name, size, CRC and comparin
    byte-by-byt

    It can generate reports to a printer and to a text, CSV, XML and HTM
    fil

    It also has many other features to help you manage your file
     
    AllanIsKing, May 21, 2008
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    Rose82 Guest

    I had a problem with the duplicates. I was recommended Clone Remover t
    solve this problem. I used it delete duplicate files ' duplicate musi
    finder' (http://www.fileutilityblog.com/archives/228). And now I hav
    only necessary files without duplicates of them
     
    Rose82, Jul 19, 2009
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    Guest Guest

    Does it also have a function for deleting duplicate newsgroups messages
    stored by Windows Mail, and adjusting the database file to match
    instead of just deleting the duplicate files? If so, I'd like to use it.

    Even better, I'd like to be able to do the same when one file of an
    apparant duplicate pair is missing or empty, and also when two
    newsgroups messages have the same message ID and the same
    message body contents (even if the headers of the two messages say I
    downloaded them from different newsgroups providers).

    It seems I need to finish some cleanup of this type in order to be able
    to switch to Windows Live Mail without losing at least part of my
    unusually large newsgroups messages database (hundreds of
    thousands of messages).

    Robert Miles
     
    Guest, Aug 2, 2009
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    jean3167 Guest

    jean3167, Sep 8, 2009
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    Joe User Guest

    Hi Richerd

    I recommend Directory Report - http://www.file-utilities.com It can find duplicates based on the same name, size, CRC and/or comparing byte-by-byte.
    Plus it many other file managing features - I use it all the time



    Richerd Wang wrote:

    Any body ever use duplicate file finder?
    28-Feb-08

    Hello everybody
    I just want to know if anybody have ever use a duplicate file finder to
    manage files? Thanks in advantage

    Best wishes

    Richerd Wang

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    Advanced Duplicate Finder

    Try Advanced Duplicate Finder
    It finds music, pictures', documents' duplicates according to different parameters. Among the analog applications I tried, this one showed to me the most wanted result and stability work.
     
    Fill, Dec 14, 2009
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    Bonfiglio111 Guest

    Try Duplicate Finder from Ashisoft to 'find file duplicates'
    (http://www.ashisoft.com).
     
    Bonfiglio111, Apr 28, 2010
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    rajara Guest

    Richerd Wang wrote on 02/28/2008 07:28 ET
    "Hello
    can i recommend a duplicate finder & cleaner which i use that has caused n
    problems whatsoever
    It protects the windows files and is totally safe
    go to http://KrojamSoft.com and use duplicate cleaner.its a great and very saf
    program to use

    many thanks."
     
    rajara, Mar 29, 2013
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