The problem of duplicate files may arise for several reasons. First of all, if you copy a lot of files and folders from your other computers or your friends’ systems or don’t properly organize them right away, you may soon discover that some files in these folders have multiple copies and just waste your HDD space. It’s not a problem if we are talking about regular images, but what if these are HD videos or other large files? Another good example of duplicates (or nearly duplicates) that may occupy LOTS of your hard drive space is your camera’s memory card content. If you use a DSLR camera in the burst mode, you know that it creates series of photos taken with a very short interval. As a rule, you’ll choose 1 of every 10 photos or so, while the remaining 9 will reside on your HDD.
Detwinner is an extremely efficient duplicate removal tool that will actually free up some space on your hard drives. Not only does this software find and remove identical files (that is, exact duplicates), but can also locate pairs or series of similar files, thus allowing you to put an end to the lack or order in extremely large photo albums. The program allows you to specify the degree of similarity it will use for finding near-duplicates, as well as additional file parameters, such as dates, attributes and masks. Detwinner offers a selection of duplicate removal options, including manual review prior to deletion. Deleted duplicates can be either put to the Recycle Bin, deleted altogether or moved to the backup folder.
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