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Sending same or similar photos to a folder

I have thousands of photos scattered all over my drives - many of them are duplicates. Now I know all about those programs that will find duplicates and allow me to delete the extras. But, what I want to do is have them automatically moved to another holding folder until I can take a second look at them.

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Best Answer chosen by kingdonking

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A look at this link.

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I'll give it a try and post the results later.

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I'm going to go with DoubleKiller

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SimilarImages just took me to a porn site and one of the others (can't remember which one) was a dead link. But, I'm trying out DoubleKiller. It seems to do everything I want.

Thanks for the assist.

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