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Freeware (Free)
Size:
84 KB
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Downloads:
2643
Platform:
Windows (All Versions)
Publisher:
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Publisher's Descriptions
 FCompare is a file equality checking tool. Its purpose is simply to determine if two files are identical. It does this by comparing the bytes of each file until a difference is encountered. FCompare is designed as a graphical user interface application, but automated command-line execution is also supported.

Features:
User interface provides quick and easy comparison of two files.
Compare files in an automated way using command-line execution.
Tiny, efficient, and easy to use with no installation required.

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