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Anti-Twin: Tool for eliminating duplicate files

Anti-Twin is a freeware application which searches directories or hard drive for duplicate or similar files that were found can either be sent to the recycle bin or directly deleted. This is especially useful, when you want to find and delete duplicate MP3 or image files in a download folder or unnecessary file copies and redundant data back-ups on your hard disk. This will increase the hard disk space on your computer.

The application is very easy to use. After installation, run the program; click on ‘File filter’ option for filtering files ( doc, mp3, wma, etc) that you want to or do not want to find and check and also minimum and maximum file size, if you want.

There are different comparisons methods select, such as by name, file extension, by identical file sizes, etc, choose appropriate one for you and click ‘ Search for similar…’ to find duplicates.

Anti-Twin is clean and can be downloaded from here (file size:720Kb)


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