Duplicate Photos Fixer Pro

Duplicate Photos Fixer Pro

Quickly find and delete picture duplicates from your Windows PC
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Duplicate Photos Fixer Pro is a program that might prove to be of good use when organizing your picture collection or reclaiming disk space on your Windows PC. With its help, you can easily locate and delete those useless duplicate images that take up space needlessly on your hard disk.

The utility brings you a straightforward interface, supports drag-and-drop actions, and lets you scan multiple folders and files at the same time. What's more, you can also import directories and images from any external storage device (for example, a USB stick) that's being inserted in your Windows PC. You can choose which image formats to include in the scanning process, select the minimum file size, and mark the folders you want to be excluded while the app is completing the scan.

In my testing, the application worked fast, without slowing down my PC in the process. It immediately displayed the found duplicates, nicely grouped so that I could easily figure out which file needed to be deleted. It also offered me detailed information about the found image duplicates, such as folder location, file size, creation date, etc.

Only 2 options I'd add to this program: one for saving scan results for later and another for permanently deleting the selected photo duplicates, without sending them to Recycle Bin.

Still, this application proves to be a reliable solution when it comes to finding and deleting pictures duplicates from your Windows PC. It immediately completes the scan processes, provides you with a quick way to mark, and deletes the found duplicates.

Ashley Griggs
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Review summary


  • Supports drag-and-drop actions.
  • Immediately completes scans.
  • Shows the preview and compares duplicates.
  • Comes with built-in duplicate auto-marking options


  • Lacks an option to save scan results for later.
  • Doesn't offer you an option to permanently delete the found duplicates (it sends them to Recycle Bin)
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