AntiDupl.NET Searches for Similar, Duplicate and Corrupted Images

March 14, 2010 | Filed under Imaging, Software


Images and photos are all saved into the computer nowadays because digital camera is very common and affordable. This has also caused many people to simply snap pictures as they have no problems uploading all of the pictures from the memory card to the computer. However when time goes by, the images are accumulated to thousands and managing them is not going to be easy. You could end up with a lot of similar or same images and probably even corrupted ones which you are not aware of. Manually checking through thousands of images is not going to be easy.

This is when AntiDupl.NET comes into play and helps you to find and display duplicate images in the main graphic formats: JPEG, GIF, TIFF, BMP and PNG. The comparison is based on the contents of the files, so the program can find not only almost identical, but similar images. In addition, the program can find images with some types of defects.

Search similar and corrupted images

The latest AntiDupl.NET 1.5 is portable and doesn’t require installation. Just download, extract and run AntiDupl.NET.exe. Next thing to do is click on the folder icon button at the second on the left to add the path that you want to scan. We have encountered the program crashing when adding the whole C:\ drive and setting the option to search hidden and system folders/files. You might just want to select the folder where all your images are saved in. After adding the paths, click the Play button to start searching. AntiDupl.NET will display on the right pane for similar, same and corrupted images.

Program AntiDupl.NET is free, simple to use, has high speed and accuracy of work that supports both Russian and English interface. AntiDupl.NET is fully compatible with Vista and Windows 7. As for Windows 98 to 2003, it requires .NET Framework installed to run.

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