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I have 1000s of duplicate photos in many different directories on many different hard disks. My home server has my primary copy of pictures. I want to consolidate and make sure I'm not missing any pictures; is there a utility out there I can use where I give i two directories - a source and destination, and it will show files in the source which are not present in any subdirectories in the destination?

I run Linux, Windows and OS X but my preference is a graphical tool for Windows or Mac.

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  • You need a simple compare folders tool and there are already 43 questions about that on the site – user416 Jul 19 '19 at 7:24
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I haven't tried it but it looks like Nirsoft SearchMyFiles might be what you are looking for. You can select "Non-Duplicates Search" in the Search Mode dropdown.

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