The duplicate remover is a powerful utility for finding duplicate files in a folder and all its sub folders. The duplicate remover has the following features: Find duplicate files or find similar files in user specified folders, hard drives, computers or entire networks. Fast binary comparison algorithm. Internal preview supporting images, videos, music, text and binary files. Older or smaller files can be automatically marked for deletion. Duplicate files can be moved to Recycle Bin, custom folder or deleted permanently. Support for all kinds of removable media - usb drives, diskettes. Has intuitive interface and rich documentation. Process priority settings that will let the application scan in your computers IDLE time. Protection for system files and folders that will prevent damages to your system files when removing duplicates. Automatically locate duplicate files in Windows Explorer. Open file with associated program. Powerful filter and exclude from auto-check options. Powerful Quick Check/Uncheck dialog. Multi-language file system support.
You might well have already seen the following: QuickFinder Deluxe,
There are so many excellent features of this book that I would like to talk about. I love the Finders–the Face Quick Finder shown at the beginning of this review, the Side Quick Finder, the 45-degree View Quick Finder, the Underview Quick Finder, and the Finders for East Spring, East Fall, the West, Eastern and Western Undertails. The plates are just scrumptious to look at. I hope PUP comes out with posters soon! The Quiz and Review section offers a good way to practice identification in the field while at home. The authors reason out each bird’s identification slowly and conversationally, showing how identification is not always a 1-2-3-gotcha process. I was a little disappointed that the brief section on Hybrids presented only 7 examples, but this is a field that is still filled with many unanswered questions and uncertain identities.
Cloudy Nights Rigel vs Quickfinder
Fast Duplicate File Finder's interface has a familiar layout, with a main window and panels with draggable borders. We clicked Add Folder on the toolbar and selected a folder of digital snapshots, opting to scan subfolders as well. Our selections appeared in the Folders panel, including, surprisingly, the parent folder. We didn't want to scan the parent folder (it's large) so we clicked Remove Folder just below in the Scan options. We selected a 100 percent similar scan, though we also tried the feature that lets you scan for similar files based on a variable percentage of similarity that we selected from a rotary button, a useful feature that takes longer but finds resized and lower-quality copies. We clicked Start Scan, and the program quickly displayed all pairs and groups of duplicates in the main display, including size, directory, and other information, with the duplicates all checked for removal or deletion sorted by date and size of the file. The Preview pane let us see each file for visual verification. We simply checked those files we wanted to remove, unchecked those we didn't, selected a destination folder for the duplicates, and clicked Move Checked Files, though we could just as easily have deleted them. We opened the original and duplicate folders and verified that only duplicates had been moved. Fast Duplicate File Finder also lets users create, save, and return to Projects for regular checks.
Rigel QUICKFINDER** by David ..