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Remove Duplicate Files With Duplicate Cleaner

Duplicate Cleaner is a an easy to use, full-featured application that helps you to get rid of duplicate files, mp3s, photos, old documents, etc from your PC and saves your valuable hard disk space. It provides optimal comparison criteria to determine which files are real duplicates and has deep scanning for music tags including MP3, iTunes, etc.

Duplicate Cleaner is very simple to use. Select a ‘search path’ (My documents, any folder, etc) and add these in the ‘Search Paths’. Then, select file filter option, then, choose any option (example, same content) under ‘Find Files With’.

You can also specify maximum or minimum files size, then click ‘GO’ button to scan the duplicates. You can then remove the duplicates.

The scanning process is impressive and it works with Windows 2000, Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7. Duplicate Cleaner can be downloaded free at this link.


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