Download Easy Duplicate Finder Portable 1.5, a free tool (freeware) to clean your hard drive of unnecessary duplicate files.Easy Duplicate Finder Portable 1.5 scans your hard drive and identifies duplicate files, thereby allowing you to delete such unnecessary duplicate documents.
Why do you need Easy Duplicate Finder Portable 1.5?
When we continue to use our personal computers on a daily basis, we usually save files intentionally. Sometimes we even save some files unknowingly.Thus files or documents accumulate on our hard drives and they eventually cause our computers to slow down or freeze for long periods of time.
But we do not realize that quite often we save duplicate copies of the same files or documents.The duplications are normally caused by accidentally downloading the same files more than once, failure to delete files that were supposed to be moved from one folder (or partition) to another and keyboard/mouse errors that pop up as we go about our daily computing tasks.
In the above circumstances we will find a great need for Easy Duplicate Finder Portable 1.5.A scan with Easy Duplicate Finder Portable 1.5 will quite often reveal you entire folders of unintentional duplicated files, as well as, duplicates residing in both program folders and under the Temporary Internet Files section.
Download Duplicate Finder Portable 1.5
How to use Duplicate Finder Portable 1.5?
Simply download and install the Easy Duplicate Finder Portable 1.5, run the program by opening it, highlight the drives you want to be scanned and then click the Add button, followed by Start. To avoid deleting any of your vital files, choose Protect System Folders and Protect Other System Files (*.sys, *.ocx, *.drv, *.dll, etc.) prior to clicking the Start button.
After your scan results have been displayed, the duplicate files may be manually selected by right clicking them and choosing âSelect all duplicates in this folderâ and by clicking âDelete Selected.”
However, what most of us do not realize is that a large number of the files that clog our hard drives are unnecessary duplicates. The duplications are normally caused by accidentally downloading the same files more than once, failure to delete files that were supposed to be moved from one folder (or partition) to another and keyboard/mouse errors that pop up as we go about our daily computing tasks.