Find duplicate images with VisiPics

runs on Windows
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If you've got just a few pictures—maybe some web images, maybe some digital photos—it's easy to keep track of them all. But once you go beyond a certain point, it all pretty much spins out of control. That means that more likely than not, you've got duplicates of images. And with the size of digital photo files these days, even a few extra copies can take up an awful lot of extra space on your hard drive or memory card. It would be nice if you could go through all that stuff from time to time and get rid of the extras.

VisiPics is a tool that can help you do just that. While it can do a straight file comparisons looking for matching files and checksums, it's smart enough to look at your images in several different ways to see just how similar non-identical images are. That means that two versions of the same photo—maybe one cropped a certain way and the other not—are most likely going to show up as duplicates. Then you can decide whether you want to keep both of them or not. And to make it easy, all suspected duplicates are displayed side-by-side so you can make the final call.

You can run VisiPics on Windows machines under Win2000 and later.

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