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PostSubject: Duplicates   December 2nd 2015, 2:06 pm

Hey, is there an easy way to tell if I have duplicate files? I know that there are programs that dose this for pictures and the like...
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PostSubject: Re: Duplicates   December 4th 2015, 3:00 am

You are using M$ Windows right I suppose? Question

I guess M$ Windows does not allow duplicated files at all........something like mugen.exe, you cannot have two (2) mugen.exe files in the same folder..... No

If you are talking about one (1) mugen.exe in folder A and another one (1) mugen.exe in folder B then I think you might just use the M$ Windows Windows Explorer search function to search for all mugen.exe files in any different folders........or you can use some other M$ Windows Windows Explorer alternatives I believe you can easily find some in the great sea of the Internet...... Arrow
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