FileDupeLess is an easy to learn and use tool that helps the user to find files with the same content. The program uses file names, sizes and checksums to find identical files or files with the same content. Supports HTML, Excel ot CSV report.
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:55
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows CE
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Description: FileDupeLess is a tool that helps the user to find files with the same content. The program uses file names, sizes and checksums to find identical files or files with the same content.
The "include" and "exclude" filters make the file search process more flexible. The program shows search results as a list or creates an HTML report that can be saved for future analysis. The report contains links to original files that help to review the file content in a comfortable way. Moreover, the user can save the report to an Excel-compatible or CSV file. FileDupeLess allows the user to remove duplicates immediately. The user can drop one file of the found pair of duplicates while browsing the result list.
The program can find dupes on local drives as well as on mapped or directly named (\\server\share format) network storages. This feature is suitable for corporate and SOHO usage.
FileDupeLess offers three duplicate search methods: by name and size, by name, size and checksum and by size and checksum that cover all important use cases. The modern user interface makes the software easy to learn and use.
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