jimmer409® 09:42 16 Jul 2005

Hello all, this is mentioned in the latest pc adv. mag. has anyone used it and is it okay, run the scan to find susposed dupe files, found hundreds, but a bit leary of how to deal with them.

  DieSse 10:33 16 Jul 2005

You're better off not deleting duplicated files with one exception - your own work files.

Program and system files are often duplicated in different places, and it's extremely difficult to tell what's needed and what's not - usually they are needed.

Your own files are different of course - if they're duplicated, such as media files - then they're taking up a lot of space and you're better off tidying them up.

  jimmer409® 11:34 16 Jul 2005

thanks diesse, yes i now know what you mean, just goofing around, moved some of the duped files, major headaches, had to do a restore to get things back to normal. Hope everyone notes this thread, thanks, again

  driving man 21:24 05 Nov 2005

Although I agree with what has been said I have lost my version of d/killer and need an up to date link please

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