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  • The Spartan
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    Clonespy is the best tool I've used for finding and deleting duplicate file in Windows 10

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  • NotAllThere
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    Originally posted by NotAllThere View Post
    Any particular file type? I've got a great one for images - I can dig it out when I next go downstairs to my office if you like.
    Anti-Twin

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  • Lockhouse
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    Thank you all for the replies. I shall go forth and research based upon the information given!

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  • BR14
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    this works, and it's free <or donate if you like it>

    https://dupeguru.voltaicideas.net/

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  • NotAllThere
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    Any particular file type? I've got a great one for images - I can dig it out when I next go downstairs to my office if you like.

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  • Paralytic
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    Code:
    cd c:
    dir /s /b /a:d>directory.txt
    Upload it to upwork.com and say you'll pay $10 for it.

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  • Lance
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    get-filehash (Powershell) is all you need.
    And a bit of scripting skill.
    Take the output to a CSV file and process from there.

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  • malvolio
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    I have used Glary utilities fr years now Has a suite of useful tools, including a duplicate file finder.

    Be warned, there are lots of them at the best of times!

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  • Lockhouse
    started a topic Duplicate Files

    Duplicate Files

    Does anyone have a recommended way of listing all the duplicate files on a disk? Windows 10.

    I know there are a lot of free tools available but wondered if anyone had a preferred choice to save me lots of time installing\uninstalling ones that don't work.

    Ta

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