If you often find that you create duplicate files as you rename or use files in another context, or just backup more than you had intended, Duplicate File Detectors help you find and/or delete these duplicates and regain the storage space they previously occupied.
Don’t ever just blindly run the program, find all the duplicates and then click “remove”. This can be disastrous in the sense that even though filenames are the same, the content is sometimes different. It is best, like eating an elephant, to take one bite or one small scan at a time.
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