Why use WeeDuplicateDetective?

Well, because

  1. It’s 100% free
  2. it’s easy to use
    1. All you need is in one screen
    2. There’s an integrated tutorial
    3. the user interface is organized like reading a book page: left to right and top to bottom
  3. It doesn’t install any ads, malware or toolbars
  4. It presents the collected information efficiently
    1. Duplicates are shown as sub items of the first found occurence
  5. It gives you a lot of control over what you can do with the duplicates
    1. Combine many criteria defining what files should be considered as duplicates
    2. Search the list of duplicates to find specific items
    3. Mark the files that you want to clean up with a variety of selection schemes. Use the context menu for more options, applying to a specific item in the list.
    4. Sort the found duplicates in different ways, to get a better view of what you can / should clean
    5. Remove some specific items from the list of duplicates to get a better overview
    6. Some file types can even be previewed
      1. pictures: JPG, GIF, TIFF, BMP and PNG
      2. audio and video: everything Windows Media Player can play (MP3, WMA, MPG, AVI, MP4, etc.)
    7. Decide yourself how to clean the duplicates you want to be cleaned
  6. It’s nice to look at
  7. It’s nonetheless still fast
  8. It’s evolving and maturing
    1. Share your ideas for
      1. new features
      2. new user interface
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2 thoughts on “Why use WeeDuplicateDetective?

  1. I will try this out soon – it’s time to update my backups and I need a tool to tell me what’s changed and what’s not 🙂

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