I have two of the exact same necklace. Not on purpose, mind you, but I received one as a gift after I had already bought it myself. That’s happened before with clothes – I get home with a new shirt and find out it’s almost exactly the same as one in my closet. The same thing happens with computers, too.
We all end up with duplicate files. No matter how hard you try not to, eventually there is an extra copy somewhere in your system. When that happens, you’ve got two options. You can take time out of your busy day to go looking through your files for that extra, unnecessary one, or you can let a duplicate checker do the work for you.
What duplicate finders do I like?
In some cases, you only need to run a duplicate checker once. However, if you have a tendency to download the same file multiple times, or recreate a form every other time you need it, then you might want to make duplicate checking a regular part of your quarterly maintenance.
If you’re interested in more ways to manage duplicates – and save yourself valuable time in the process – let’s get together and talk.