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The digital music revolution is a good ting, but enjoying music on a computer is not so perfect. One of the problems making us feel confused is once our music files increased to a certain amount (maybe tens of thousands, especially for music enthusiasts), there must be many duplicated ones taking up extra hard drive space, which we need to delete.
Facing such a large number of music files, it’s really difficult to find them out one by one. So we need some kind of tool to do that automatically and fast for us.
Duplicate Music Files Finder (short for “DMFF”) can finish this work with ease for you. First of all, locate the folder which contains your music files, then the program will automatically scan all the music files, and the last ting you should do is to choose a method to compare these files.
DMFF offers several different comparison ways, including file name contrast, file size contrast, CRC signature contrast and senior contrast (need to set up first). The former two are common and faster, but there may be some lost; However the latter two generally need more time to finish the comparison, yet their comparison results are of course more complete and accurate.
All found duplicated music files will be straightway displayed in the program window, we can delete them directly. In addition, DMFF also provides two incidental functions: “Quick Rename Music Files” and “Quick Rename File Tags”, which have a great help for tidying plenty of music files.
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AppNee provides the Duplicate Music Files Finder portable full version with single EXE file and help file.
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