I've got the rather onerous task of creating space by removing non essential files/folders from a large 'backup' disk. This disk is basically an archive of older users client PC desktop/My docs on a network. Unfortuntely, there's a hell of a lot of duplicates.
I've tried a few duplicate file finders but whilst they're great at finding individual files they're all pretty useless at identifying whole folder structures. Does anyone know of a dupe file finder that can recognise these duplicate folders?
As mini not at all important side question. Are there any dupe file finders that can delete the duplicates but leave a shortcut to the remaining file?
I found one program a while back however it caused a lot of issues, regarding lost data. my solution was to use the freeware http://www.tucows.com/preview/373411
duplicate file finder and then it would
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