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Delete Duplicate and Similar Images With Awesome Duplicate Photo Finder

Handling with duplicate image files on a computer can be a cumbersome job if your image collection is too large and in the absence of a proper tool. Awesome Duplicate Photo Finder is designed to be a very easy to use tool that helps you easily search and remove duplicates and similar images from your photo collection.

Awesome Duplicate Photo Finder does not need to input any comparison criteria to find duplicate and similar images. Anyone can easily clean up their photo collection from duplicates in just a couple of mouse clicks.

Just download and install it, select folders (or drag and drop) that contains photos and click "Start" button to perform the job. It supports JPG, BMP, GIF and PNG images.

Moreover, this program is able to compare pictures that was resized or pictures with corrected colors (black and white photos etc.).

Awesome Duplicate Photo Finder for Windows can be downloaded from developer’s website here.


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