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FileCompare compares two files and tells you if even one byte is different. If you are in Windows Explorer just select the file and right click and use the "Send To" and then select "File Compare" to send the file to FileCompare. It compares the files and pops up the information screen shown above. It does this without leaving Windows Explorer. It also shows you all the information about each file. When the first file is selected the program sounds a beep and briefly flashes onscreen but does not appear. This is to let you know the first file was loaded. When the second file is loaded the program appears and shows the comparison. You can also select two files at once in Windows Explorer instead of selecting them individually.
Price USD10
License Free to try
File Size 3.6 MB
Version 1.4.1
Operating System Windows NT Windows XP Windows Me Windows 2000 Windows Windows Vista
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