It doesn't matter how many gigabytes of memory you have – in the end, you will always find a way to fill them up with applications and files, even if many of them have no useful purpose whatsoever.
You get home from vacation and copy all your pictures, for example, only to forget where you put them a month later and copy them again to a different folder – not to mention all the movies you watch and all the music you download. It's an obvious problem: when you work with an overwhelming number of files, it's easy to lose track of what you have on your hard drive. This becomes an issue when your computer starts to run more slowly, or when you need a few more gigabytes to install that game you want to play.
That's when Duplicate Files Cleaner comes in. This simple application is easy to use, and can save you a lot of trouble. Basically, it scans your hard drive to find all your duplicate files. There are probably a lot more than you'd expect, all of them taking up precious space on your hard drive.
Once the duplicate files are detected, the application lists them so you can decide which to delete and which to keep on your hard drive.
The trial version finds all the duplicate files but only lets you delete five per scan.