Question More modern and better version of WinDiff?

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The version I have of WinDiff probably came out of an MS resource kit from about 20 years ago, and while it does still work, it's rather limited. I tend to use the feature for comparing directory structures on a semi-regular basis, and it returns a list a listing of non-identical files and which is newer etc. What do you guys use?
 
Aug 25, 2001
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Honestly, WinDiff should be included in modern Windows' distros, and kept updated. It's pretty invaluable for some things, programming included, as well as directory file maintenance and backup comparisons.
 

mxnerd

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Jul 6, 2007
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Actually SysInternals are the utilities that also should be included in Windows System tools, instead must be downloaded seperately.
 
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