I would think there would be a utility in Windows 10 to find duplicate files. I think DOS had a command to do this.
I searched online and there seems to be some archaic programs to do this, but I'd rather not download anything just to do this.
Then I found Ccleaner, which I already have on my machine does this. I'm puzzled though; what Ccleaner finds is apparently an exact duplicate, same size, created at the exact same time.
But when I go to the actual location of these files (following the path that's displayed in Ccleaner), I see a vastly different size for each one, and different creation dates.
Edited by RbtCmpt, 25 March 2017 - 01:27 PM.