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    Stopping duplicate downloads of photos in windows gallery in Dell notebook?

    How can I stop duplicate downloads of photos in windows gallery in Dell notebook? Please provide the step wise details for doing it.



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    raj_tiwary007 Array
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    Re: Stopping duplicate downloads of photos in windows gallery in Dell notebook?

    Dear

    The sudden duplicates sounds very mysterious. So much so, it is making me wonder if your have some malware causing it?...

    With respect to merging and finding duplicates I suggest that you get a free programme 'SyncToy2' from Microsoft that was written specifically for photographers. One of the features alows you to copy one set of photos into a directory to 'Contribute' to it, ingoring any duplicates only new or modified photos are copied... Once the copying is done, the original directory can be deleted.

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    RONAK AGRAWAL Array
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    Re: Stopping duplicate downloads of photos in windows gallery in Dell notebook?


      • 1 Download an external download manager. (See Resources.)



      • 2 Run its installation program.



      • 3 Open the program's "Options" menu. Under "File types," add common photo extensions, such as JPG, PNG, GIF, TIFF and BMP.


      • 4 Download a photo. Your download manager will open and handle the download.


      • 5 Attempt to download the photo again. The download manager will warn you that you have already downloaded it. It will offer to open the downloaded file; download it a second time under a new name or cancel the download.


      • 6 Select "Cancel the download."



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    yasir Array
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    Re: Stopping duplicate downloads of photos in windows gallery in Dell notebook?

    Hello friends, Here are the few steps to stop duplicate copy of photos in dell notebook:



    Download an external download manager.
    (See the Resources.)


    Run its installation program.

    Open the program's "Options" menu. Under "File types," add common photo extensions, such as BMP, TIFF, GIF, PNG and JPG.


    Download a photo. Your download manager will open and handle the download.


    Attempt to download the photo again.

    The download manager will warn you that you have already downloaded it.

    It will offer to open the downloaded file; download it a second time under a new name or cancel the download.


    Finally the last step is click (Select) "Cancel the download."....

    Hope this sollution works out.

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