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What applications would you recommend that can easily find duplicate photos from several folders?

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I deal with thousands of images for my business and I am constantly having to compare multiple folders to prune out duplicate images. I had been using a free program called Awesome Duplicate Photo Finder (http://www.duplicate-finder.com/photo.html) since it does a good job on comparing the actual content of the image rather than simply going from image size and name.

However, when a large number of duplicates are found, there is no alternative than to go image by image and delete the duplicate with several mouse clicks. There doesn't seem to be any way to select hundreds of potential duplicates, and delete them all in one action.

Does anyone know of a software application a little bit more powerful and flexible than this one?

Thank you very much.
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Thanks a lot! The application seems to be outstanding. I'm sure take some getting used to but their help pages seem fairly good. Thanks again for the great recommendation.

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