Description: This duplicate files finder detects and removes true duplicates from your PC or network using the most advanced and up-to-date file comparison technologies to find duplicates regardless of file name.
With it's self explanatory and user friendly wizard-like interface, handy image preview and built-in hint system this duplicate file remover is extremely easy to use, even for the most inexperienced PC user.
Several protective settings are available to add extra safety for novice users: Windows directories exclusion, last file per group protection and full file backup.
DupeRAZOR allows selection of drives, folders or even single files to be compared or excluded through a comfortable file tree with the ability to find duplicates in external drives and over the network.
This software comes with a 100% money back guarantee - if you buy it and don't feel like it was worth the purchase, you will be refunded the full price, no questions asked.
DupeRAZOR Key Features:
+ Finds true duplicate files (songs, pictures, videos and other files).
+ Interface carefully designed to be extraordinary intuitive user-friendly.
+ Self explanatory Interface with comprehensive hint system.
+ Image Preview Feature.
+ Allows selection of drives, folders or even single files to be compared or excluded.
+ Support for all external drives (e.g. usb)
+ Network support
+ Uses Windows-native file type icons.
+ Moves files to the Recycle Bin or deletes them permanently.
+ or, Moves files to a selected directory for further validation purposes (safety reasons).
+ Protective settings to exclude Windows directories and to protect files.
Change Info: Version 3.3.1 of this duplicate finder is a major upgrade dedicated to significantly improve scan speed, file deletion procedures, network compatibility and stability on all windows systems.
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