Wise Duplicate Finder a duplicate file management tool that can help you find and delete duplicate files by comparing file name, file size or contents. Get rid of annoying duplicates and free up more space on your hard disks.
Manage Any Type of Duplicates
We download a lot of documents, photos, songs and movies in our daily life. As time goes on, they will fill up your hard drive. You find yourself frequently running out of disk space. Wise Duplicate Finder can help you locate and remove unnecessary duplicates, free up your disk space. You can choose any type of duplicates to manage with Wise Duplicate Finder.
Find Empty Files
After cleaning out files on your hard drive, you may be left with a bunch of empty files or zero size files you want to delete. Rather than finding them manually, wouldn’t it be easier to use a tool that can find them for you and delete them?
Delete Duplicate Copies Manually or Automatically
After the scan process is finished the program shows all the duplicated files in groups. Wise Duplicate Finder gives you full control to remove duplicates. You can go through the search results and decide which copies to delete. But if you have a large amount of copies, it will take you a long time to select. So let the program save one automatically.
Backup and Restore
Never worry about losing the wrong file by mistake. If you delete files by mistake, you can always use the restore function to recover it. Wise Duplicate Finder lets you bring them back in a click.
1. Added a log file to record deleted items in the installation directory.
2. The restore status is displayed when restoring the file.
3. Solved the problem of unsmooth interface interaction.
4. GUI improvements.
5. Fixed some other minor bugs.
– Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10, both 32bit and 64bit
Treatment: No installation required, no activation required, It’s already activated, Follow Readme file. Run & Enjoy!
Installation/Activation Instruction is Included in the folder!
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