Is your personal computer running slower than usual? Taking longer to boot-up, or complete ordinary tasks? If you’ve had your computer for more than a few months and you are likely to download files, music, software, and photos, then it’s likely that your slow computer is caused by duplicate files. I’ve seen it plenty of times, on PCs, and the effects of deleting or moving duplicate files and folders are amazing. You can speed your computer by 100% or more by getting rid or backing up the junk files that you don’t need.
However, deleting duplicate files can be a boring, timely task if you try to go about it manually. When you are looking to get rid of the files that are hogging your system resources, you will want an easy way to compare the bitrate of the files, the author, the date created, etc. Especially when you are deleting duplicate songs in iTunes, for example, you will want a quick way to tell which song is the one you want to keep, and which is the one you want to delete, or back-up. This is where software that specializes in deleting duplicate folders and duplicate content is very useful.
Duplicate File Finder needs to compares every important factor that you will need to make the right decision when dealing with duplicates. It finds duplicate songs, emails, files, and more easily on your computer by using a ‘Wizard’ function for the most common duplicate file and folder finding tasks. It has great customer support, and is the most thorough out of all of the programs that I have tested.
So if you need to find duplicate files than download the free version from the link below…