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Freeware (Free)
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770.477539 KB
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1042
Platform:
Windows All
Publisher:
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Publisher's Descriptions

How many file duplicates are there on your computer? 
 You don't know, but you regularly come across copies of files, right? There are various reasons why duplicates appear, but no matter what these reasons are there is not much sense in storing them. 

Find all duplicates in a couple of minutes.  It will take several minutes for Duplicate File Hunter to locate file duplicates. Start the program and press the Enter key to do it. While the program is searching for duplicates, you can have a cup of aromatic coffee. 

The final step is removing the duplicates. You will see the results of the scan in the form of a table. All duplicates are divided into groups highlighted in different colors for better perception. Remove the duplicates you do not need by selecting them and pressing the Del key. If you want to open a file, double-click it.  

You can start working with the program by pressing the Enter key so do not postpone trying the program. Try the program right now!



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