Precious space can be wasted by duplicate files. You may forget to erase old backup files, or other data which are not considered temporary files. If you do not have enough space on a disk you might want to think about deleting duplicated files. DupScout
can help you find and remove duplicate files.
is a duplicate files finder allowing one to search and cleanup duplicate files in local disks, network shares, NAS storage devices and enterprise storage systems. Users are provided with the ability to search duplicate files, save reports, replace duplicates with links, delete duplicate files or move duplicate files to a different location.
The main program window is divided into several panels. It's possible for you to make multiple profiles for duplicate searches and point out the locations to look into; it can be a directory or network share, all hard disks, servers or NAS devices, or all servers on the network.
During the scan procedure you can take a look at the current found duplicate files, wasted space, all files and space, process time, performance and errors.
An action can be triggered for all items in the list, multiple selected ones or individual duplicate sets: replace duplicates with shortcuts or hard links, move them to a custom directory, compress items (and move to a custom directory), or delete all duplicates.
It is also possible to make an exclusion list (e.g. by location, extension or file name), see a pie and bar chart, generate a report for further scrutiny (HTML, TXT, CSV, XML, PDF, DupScout
or SQL database), as well as select the newest or oldest files as duplicates.
Dup Scout supports a backup and restore service, alongside layout customization. As far as application settings go, you can integrate a Windows shell extension, enable the detection of recursive directories, use a custom HTML report header and footer, enable notification sounds and a crash log file, reconfigure keyboard shortcuts, as well as change proxy settings, to name just a couple of.
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