Each year new desktop and laptop models are released unto the market, with new improvements in features and technology. We have seen the evolution of hard drives from only megabytes in capacity decades ago to gigabytes just a few years and now we count capacity in terabytes. Internet connection speed all over the world has also vastly improved from dialup connection to DSL and now we have fiber optic and cable internet with very high bandwidth, upload and download speeds. Internet and computer users are downloading more files and most opt to keep these files on their computers without making any deletions. This combination of large high drive capacity and fast internet connection speed equal to a large number of flies downloaded and the inevitable outcome is that the hard drive fills up quickly.

Duplicate files are hard to tell with the naked eye. Two or three files with different files names may have the same exact content. Only a computer program can tell you the difference and we have that with the revolutionary Duplicate Files Deleter. The software has a 100% byte by byte file comparison checking for duplicates run by a powerful multi threaded duplicate file classification engine. You have the option of choosing where to run your scan, be it on the local files on your personal computer or laptop…or a network drive that is part of a corporate intranet. You can also scan for removable, portable storage media such as USBs and flash memory cards. Once the scan is complete you can view the results with its intuitive user interface. A quick preview panel lets you peek inside the file contents. You can then rename, move your files to a desired location and then delete the duplicate files.

Why should we delete duplicate files? Because one file copy is all you really need except if you’re working on a project and you make a backup copy which is essentially a duplicate of the original file. One duplicate file is harmless from a file management standpoint but when you have hundreds or thousands of duplicate files that add up to gigabytes of memory space, then you’ve got a problem. There is also the probability that the duplicate files were not of your own doing and they were created by a virus. A computer running low on memory, and one that has a lot of files stored in its drive, is slow to boot up. There is also a noticeable lag in the computer’s performance because it is weighed down by the large number of files it has to process. This ultimately affects your work. You cannot work as fast as you hope to be because the computer is not responding to your speed. It is not as quick as it is supposed to perform. Windows has the disk defragmenter program that most people say you should run when you are low on disk space. Disk defragmentation will take a considerable amount of time however especially if it has to scan tens of thousands or possibly even a million files on a particular computer. The Duplicate Files Deleter will take less time to scan your computer however you must patiently wait for it to finish the scan.

First time users can refer to a list of instructions to download, install and run the Duplicate Files Deleter. The software can be downloaded directly from the website. Once it has been saved on your computer, double click it and allow the installer to run. Once installation has been completed you can run the program right away. You can choose which file types you want the Duplicate Files Deleter to scan such as MP3 or audio files; movie files; pictures or photographs; documents and other file types that are related to each other. You can also choose a drive, folder, or network location where you want to run a scan. Support is offered also to those who do not know how to run or use the software. Duplicate Files Deleter can be used in your computer at home or business owners can use it on groups of computers in the office. It is suited for a personal or business need.


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