Duplicate File Finder, affectionately known as 'DupFiles', is a utility that identifies duplicate files in one or more paths. Unlike other utilities that only check file names, Duplicate File Finder performs a binary comparison of file contents and can locate files that are alike regardless of names.
IMPORTANT INFO: Please see Usage Notes in the program documentation and Additional Information before using Duplicate File Finder.
Duplicate File Finder's scanning can be defined by path, file mask(s), and (optionally) with complex filters for size/date/attributes. Entire drive(s) can be scanned or specific path(s). Results can be copied to the windows clipboard or saved to a tab delimited file. Functions to delete files, launch Windows Explorer, and show file properties are available. The Windows Recycle Bin is used by default during deletions - Press Shift-Del to not use the Recycle Bin. You can also launch a file in the results list by double clicking. The results list is searchable (press CTRL+F) and can be printed. The sort order of the results can be adjusted prior to generating the results. You can also chose CRC32-Checksum or MD5 matching.
Duplicate File Finder Sample Screen
Duplicate File Finder is compatible with Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, & Windows 10. Separate 32-bit and x64 versions are available. The 64-bit version is required on 64-bit operating systems.
Duplicate File Finder Installers
setupdf.exe (1.3 MB) - Self-installing version for 32-bit Windows. See Install & Uninstall Information for guidance about installation and removal. Download this and run 'setupdf.exe' to install.
setupdf64.exe (1.5 MB) - Self-installing version for 64-bit Windows. See Install & Uninstall Information for guidance about installation and removal. Download this and run 'setupdf64.exe' to install into the subdirectory of your choice.
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