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I know, I attached a Windows compiled version to my post - the mention of WSL was just in case someone felt like going that way, (eg. keep it all under the WSL subsystem as a Linux program rather than install compilers, etc into their Windows environment to get it).

Ah, I saw the attachment, but I see I didn't read your post closely enough, sorry about that.

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Something that I think might be comforting- words from the epidemiologist who helped defeat smallpox.

https://www.wired.com/story/coronavirus-interview-larry-brilliant-smallpox-epidemiologist/

He gives hope that we can defeat it, steps that should be taken, and what defeat of the novel coronavirus will look like.

Thanks for this link.

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It's written in Rust, you can install and compile on Windows (or even compile it under WSL - Windows Subsystem for Linux) ... try the attached.

I suppose this is rather late, but just tried without WSL and it compiled and ran fine in my limited testing.

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Nir Sofer's SearchMyFiles has a "Find duplicates" feature that can be combined with normal file-finding criteria.

I have had good success with this one in the past  :Thmbsup:

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Used dupeGuru reasonably recently to remove something like 400+GB of duplicate backup files for a friend, (a laborious undertaking - backups of backups of backups of .... ), worked well.

There's also AntiDupl if you want to find primarily image duplicates, (or close duplicates), including across different formats - my go to software for that instance.

I'm more in favor of dupeGuru now.  I had used it a bit before, but your opinion is much appreciated!

Had never heard of AntiDupl, thanks for mentioning it.

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