KB It depends! Windows often has duplicates in different directories as do other programs and apps. So there's no blanket rule for deleting duplicate files even some text and doc files have the same name (and size) and may not be duplicates. I use a program called dupe trasher but I use filters for files txt doc xlx etc and get it to match on name size and date so that I know that its almost a 100% duplicate but it's still tedious to check each one before deleting.
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