Unlike other duplicate finders such as Easy Duplicate File Finder, Auslogics Duplicate File Finder, MindGems Fast Duplicate File Finder, Duplicate Cleaner, DupFiles and others, GDuplicateFinder is a FREE cross-platform application, with the ability to search among not just local files, but files on the network, such as a Windows or a Linux share using VFS library.
Taking advantage of Groovy facilities and GPars power to process in parallel, GDuplicateFinder will help you get rid of those duplicates you always wanted to dispose in an easy and friendly way.
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- Supported network shares (SMB, SSH, Amazon S3, FTP)
- Manage network drives(add, edit, remove)
- Turn on/off network drives
- Save/load duplicates results session
- Stop, save, load and resume a search for duplicates
- Open duplicate files with system's default editor
- Internationalization (Spanish, English, Portuguese, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese)
- Receive update notifications
Very useful. Thanks.
Thanks for Gdupfinder, it's the best!
Using Windows 7/64bit just go eclipse.org/swt and get/replace the 64bit swt.jar (else install a 32bit jre/jdk)
I have the same problem as Peggy. I ran the .bat file in the command prompt and it indicates my java_home environment variable is not set. I've set it correctly and it still doesn't run. Using the windows 7 64bit file. 2.0.3. fixed it. has to do with the version of Java you are running. Likely you have 64 bit machine, running 32 bit java. download the 32 bit version of gduplicatefinder and then set your environment variable to the (x86) dir for JAVA_HOME.
Stable and works.