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Duplicate Image Finder

By Runningman Software Free to try Editors' Rating

Editors' Review

Download.com Staff Feb 27, 2009
In spite of a few flaws, this program quickly locates duplicate images that may be hiding on your computer. The application s installer file seems overly large for no real reason, especially considering the interface s appearance is as bland as can be. Still, we re glad to say Duplicate Image Finder walks you through the entire process of finding duplicate pictures. First, you choose which drive you d like to scan, and the program will quickly locate all images. Duplicate Image Finder next checks all files and alerts you to ones that may be corrupt. This tool showed excellent speed, as it indexed about 4,000 shots in only a few minutes. Next, you specify the similarity percentage and the number of maximum duplicates to be detected, then let the program do its thing. True to form, the utility accurately and rapidly found duplicate files. You can delete images from directly within the program, but since it displays the file path of the space hogs, you also can manually locate them. Anyone with a huge library of photos who wants to free up hard drive space should give this app serious consideration.

Full Specifications

What's new in version 3.0.5


Release October 18, 2011
Date Added October 18, 2011
Version 3.0.5

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Windows 95, Windows 2000, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows, Windows XP, Windows NT
Additional Requirements None


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Developer's Description

Duplicate Image Finder finds duplicate images on your computer. DIF compares images like you do: it compares 'what they look like' on the screen. DIF can match up resized images, rotated images, images with different filenames, or images in a different file format. DIF compares JPEG, BMP (bitmap), and GIF files.