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Auslogics Duplicate File Finder finds identical pictures, documents and any other files. It compares files not only by names, but by their content and significantly increases free space on your disk. It helps you to organize your media collections and reduces time needed to defragment your hard drive. Download today Auslogics Duplicate File Finder, expert-recommended PC solution from Auslogics.
The problem: You may have hundreds of photos, videos, music files or documents that you have lost track of. You are running out of disk space on your PC, but sorting through your files seems overwhelming because there are just too many of them.
The solution: Duplicate File Finder will help you locate and remove useless file duplicates to free up disk space and better organize your file collections. You will have full control in being able to look through the list of duplicates and decide which copy to keep.
Why Duplicate File Finder?
Improve computer performance by deleting duplicate files
Identical files not only waste your hard disk space, but also may cause system slowdowns. By deleting duplicate files you can reduce time needed to defragment your hard drives and minimize time used by antivirus to scan your computer.
Sort and organize your media collections
Media files collections, such as music, video, images and photos, often become the primary source of identical files. If you have a music collection of several hundreds or even thousands mp3-files, you may want to sort them by deleting identical tracks. With Auslogics Duplicate File Finder you can organize your media files and increase free disk space needed to enlarge your collection.
Find duplicate files by content!
Auslogics Duplicate File Finder has the MD5 search engine which allows the program to search for duplicate files by content, regardless of other match criteria. It would be helpful, for example, when two identical mp3 tracks or video files have different names.