In Pictures: Top 15 free tools for every Windows desktop

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Free Windows tool No. 7: Auslogic Duplicate File Finder

If you’re a card-carrying member of the Ready, Shoot, Aim school of hard disk maintenance, pass this one by. But if you’re willing to carefully consider the information presented, Auslogic’s free Duplicate File Finder can help you reclaim enormous amounts of hard disk space. The trick with any duplicate file cleaner lies in judicious use of the gray matter between your ears. That said, Auslogic’s easy-to-use interface makes it relatively easy to find and select the files you want to delete, then stick the selected files in the Recycle Bin, where you can bring them back if need be.

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