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If you like to make multiple backups of various files, you may tend to be confused sometimes by different versions of a file at different locations on your Mac. If you don’t clean these up regularly, you may find a bunch of duplicate files on your system that can take up a lot of your Mac’s disk space.

The issue is that it’s not that easy to find and delete duplicate files on your Mac. In this guide we’ll first show you how to find and delete duplicate files on your Mac using Finder. However, if you find the method a bit tiresome, you can choose to download a dedicated free or paid software to automatically do this job for you. We’ve also detailed one such app below.

Using Finder to Locate and Delete Duplicate Files

The great thing about duplicate files is that they usually have either a common name, a common date of creation and/or a common file type. We’ll use this exact function to locate duplicate files on the Mac. This method involves creating a smart folder in Finder and sorting files according to name, date and/or type. The exact method is detailed below:

1. Open Finder on your Mac. Open a location of your choice to create the temporary smart folder (example: Desktop, Documents, etc.).

4. From the drop-down menu, select a particular category to use to sort you files. For example, if you know the file name of the duplicate files, you can enter in the name, and Finder will instantly show you all files with the exact same name.

In the screenshot below I’ve entered the file name “General Navigation,” and all files with the exact same name have appeared. I can now choose to delete any previous versions or duplicates I would like.

As you may have guessed from the guide above, manually locating and deleting files can be a long and tiresome process. A simpler method is to use a dedicated app to locate duplicates and delete them. We’ve listed a few apps for you below that do this exact function.

Using a Dedicated App to Delete Duplicate Files

There are many apps available on the App Store to automatically locate and delete duplicate files on your Mac. We’ll be covering one such app, known as Duplicate Cleaner.

Once you open the app, you’ll be presented with an option to select a folder to scan for duplicates. Once the app completes its scan, it’ll show a list of all the duplicate files retrieved.

The list will include the name of the duplicate file, number of duplicates and their locations on your Mac. You can view them and choose to delete a duplicate(s) accordingly. It’s quite simple and works well.

Some other apps that also provide the same function are Duplicate File Finder Remover (free), Duplicate Detective Cleaner ($4.99), and Duplicate Cleaner ($9.99). The apps mainly differ in some specific features (such as custom scanning, easy drag-and-drop features, etc.). If the free version we mentioned above works for you, you shouldn’t feel the need to purchase any paid app for this purpose.

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How To Merge Duplicate Photos On Iphone

In the following post, we’ll explain all the ways you can find and merge duplicate photos from your iPhone.

Can you merge duplicate photos on an iPhone?

Yes. The native Photos app on your iPhone (with iOS 16 update) allows you to find duplicate pictures as well as videos from your library automatically. For this, your iPhone will continuously index your Photos library and search for pictures that are identical. Pictures may be classified as identical if they’re exact copies with different metadata or if they’re stored in different image resolutions and file formats. Even pictures that are captured with slight differences may get picked up as duplicates on Photos. 

When two photos are merged, iOS will keep the photo with the highest resolution and combine the metadata of all of its duplicates into the merged photo. The rest of the duplicates will be removed from your photo library. 

Related: How to Clear your Clipboard in iOS

What do you need?

For your iPhone to detect duplicates and merge them, you need the following things:

Your iPhone runs on iOS 16 or later. Older versions of iOS won’t be able to detect or merge duplicate photos. 

You indeed have duplicate photos in your library. The Photos app won’t show you any duplicates if there aren’t any pictures that are identical. 

Your iPhone has indexed all of the photos in your library. If the duplicates are recent pictures in your library and you have a ton of pictures stored on your iPhone, it may take a few hours or days until duplicate pictures show up inside the Photos app. 

The iPhone is plugged in to charge and is locked for duplicate photos to be detected.

Related: How to access files on iPhone

How to find duplicate photos on an iPhone

When you’re ready with the aforementioned requirements, you can start looking for duplicates on your iPhone. To locate duplicate pictures on iOS, open the Photos app on your iPhone. 

Inside Photos, tap on the Albums tab at the bottom. 

On this screen, select Duplicates under “Utilities”. You will also see the number of duplicates that the Photos app has detected from your library. 

In the Duplicates screen that appears, you will see all the pictures and videos that iOS has detected to be identical from your Photos library. The pictures that are identical will be paired together under the respective dates on which their original version was saved or captured. 

At the bottom of this Duplicates screen, you will see the total number of pictures that have been found on your iPhone. 

How to merge duplicate photos

Once you’ve located all the duplicate photos in your library, you can proceed to merge them one-by-one or combine them in bulk, based on your preference. 

Case 1: Merge one duplicate photo at a time

If there are multiple duplicate photos on your iPhone, you can merge them one at a time. For this, get to the Duplicates screen as explained in the guide above.

Inside Duplicates, open one of your duplicate pictures by tapping on it. 

When the picture opens in full screen, tap on Merge at the top right corner. 

In the prompt that appears, select Merge Exact Copies to confirm the merging process. 

You can also merge identical pictures from within the Duplicates screen by first locating the picture you want to merge. Now, tap on Merge on the right-hand side of the selected duplicate pictures. 

To confirm your decision, tap on Merge Exact Copies in the prompt that appears at the bottom. 

The Photos app will now keep the image with the highest quality and add all relevant metadata from the duplicates inside this image.

The rest of the duplicate images will be removed from your photo library. 

Case 2: Merge multiple duplicate photos at once

The Photos app makes it easy to merge and remove more than one duplicate pictures at once from your library. To merge multiple pictures on your iPhone, go to the Duplicates screen inside the Photos app.

Inside Duplicates, tap on Select at the top right corner. 

Now, you can start selecting the pictures you want to merge by tapping on Select on the right-hand side of each of the duplicates. 

When you tap on Select, all the duplicates of the same image will be highlighted with blue tick icons. To select more, repeat the above step. 

Once you’ve made your selection, tap on Merge at the bottom. 

The Photos app will now ask you for your confirmation. To proceed with the merging, tap on Merge Exact Copies from the prompt that appears at the bottom. 

The Photos app will now keep images with the highest quality and add all relevant metadata from the duplicates inside the images that are kept.

The rest of the duplicate images will be removed from your photo library.

Case 3: Merge all duplicate photos

If you wish to merge all of the identical pictures saved on your iPhone, you can do that by first going to the Duplicates screen inside the Photos app.

On this screen, tap on Select at the top right corner. 

To merge all your duplicates, tap on Select All at the top left corner. 

All the pictures inside the Duplicates screen will now be marked with blue tick icons. To merge all of these pictures, tap on Merge at the bottom.

The Photos app will now ask you for your confirmation. To merge all the duplicate pictures, tap on Merge Exact Copies from the prompt that appears at the bottom.

iOS will keep images with the highest quality and add all relevant metadata from the duplicates inside the images that are kept.

The rest of the duplicate images will be removed from your photo library.

What happens when you merge duplicate photos on iPhone?

When you merge one or more duplicates, iOS will keep the version with the highest quality on your iPhone. This version will also include the combined metadata of all the duplicates of the identical picture. The merged picture will be kept in your library. iOS will then remove the rest of the duplicates from your iPhone. The rest of the duplicates will be moved to the Recently Deleted album inside the Photos app where they’ll be stored for up to 30 days after which they’ll be deleted permanently from your iPhone.  

Where do you find duplicate photos that were removed from your library?

On the next screen, you will see all the pictures that were removed from your library during the merging process. You can tap on a picture to open it and from there you will get options to recover or permanently delete the picture. If you wish to remove the remaining versions of the duplicate pictures from your iPhone, tap on Select at the top right corner. 

Now, select the pictures from the Recently Deleted screen until you see blue tick icons on each of them.

Once selected, tap on Delete at the bottom left corner to permanently remove the selected pictures from your iPhone. 

Alternatively, you can tap on Delete All at the bottom left corner if you wish to clear the recently Deleted section from the device. 

What else can you do with duplicate photos?

So you found pictures inside the Photos app that are identical and you don’t want to merge them since they aren’t relevant to you now or you don’t need to store them on your iPhone. If you don’t wish to merge duplicate photos, you can use the Delete function to remove both the original and duplicate items from your photo library. 

To delete all of your duplicate photos, go to the Duplicates screen inside the Photos app.

On this screen, tap on Select at the top right corner. 

Now, you can start selecting the pictures you want to delete by tapping on Select on the right-hand side of each of the duplicates. 

When you tap on Select, all the duplicates of the same image will be highlighted with blue tick icons. To select more, repeat the above step. 

If you wish to delete all of the duplicates, tap on Select All at the top left corner. 

Once you’ve made your selection, tap on the Trash icon at the bottom right corner. 

The Photos app will now prompt you to ask for your confirmation. In the prompt that appears, tap on Continue. 

All the selected duplicates including the original images and their copies will now be sent to the Recently Deleted album on the Photos app. You can keep the deleted images there for another 30 days or choose to delete them permanently. 

Duplicates album doesn’t appear on the Photos app. Why?

Where iOS finds identical pictures on your iPhone, you will see them appear inside the Duplicates section when you access the Albums screen inside the Photos app. If you can’t see the Duplicates albums on the Photos app, it could be because:

Your iPhone is running on iOS 15 or older. The Duplicates album only appears on iPhones that have been updated to iOS 16 or later. 

There are no pictures or videos in your library that iOS considers exact copies. 

You have a ton of pictures saved on your iPhone in which case the Photos app needs to index your photo library before it can find duplicates. If you only recently bought an iPhone and you restored pictures on them from a backup, then you will need to wait a few days before you start seeing duplicates inside the Photos app.

The pictures that were duplicated were created or added recently, which also requires a few more days for your photo library to be indexed. 

If you own an iPhone that’s already running iOS 16 or newer and you’re absolutely sure there are duplicate photos and videos on your device, then you may want to wait for a few days to a week for the photo library to be indexed. On its support page, Apple suggests that the detection process will require your iPhone to be locked and connected to a charger. If your device is being used for a bunch of background processes and other activities, the detection process may take longer. 

In our testing, we couldn’t see the Duplicates album for at least a couple of hours since creating a dozen duplicates of pictures in our library. Your waiting time may be longer than this based on the size of the library stored on your iPhone. In some cases, the duplicates inside your photo library won’t appear for a week or even months, like in this user’s case. 

That’s all you need to know about merging duplicate photos on an iPhone. 


How To Delete All Your Keychain Passwords In Macos (Reset Keychain)

Apple Keychain does a terrific job of keeping the login info for websites, applications, and wireless networks secure on your Mac. It even allows for a seamless password auto-filling experience across Apple devices by syncing data over iCloud.

But as you keep using your Mac, you may run into instances that require you to delete passwords from your default login keychain. You may even have to reset the keychain and start all over in some cases.

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When You Would Want to Delete Your Keychain Passwords in macOS

Before you start, it’s a good idea to go through specific scenarios that require you to delete individual or all passwords in your login keychain on the Mac.

You Have Trouble Saving or Auto-Filling Passwords

You keep encountering issues with Keychain while saving or auto-filling passwords. Searching for and deleting the offending login entries can help. But if the problem occurs all the time, you should probably reset the default keychain.

You Want to Hand Over Your Mac to Someone Else

You want to hand over your Mac to someone else for an extended period. If creating a separate user account is out of the question, deleting your passwords helps preserve privacy and prevents access to websites and apps.

Note: Are you looking to sell your Mac? You must reset your macOS device to factory defaults instead.

You’ve Forgotten the Password to the Login Keychain

By default, your login keychain uses your Mac’s admin password to encrypt its contents. So if you forget and reset your Mac account with a new password, you won’t be able to access or use your current login keychain unless you remember your old password. A complete keychain reset is the only way to start saving passwords again.

You’ve Switched to a Different Password Manager

Despite the convenience of having Keychain integrated into your Mac, you may prefer an alternative cross-platform password management utility such as 1Password, LastPass, or Dashlane. After making the switch, reset your login keychain if you don’t like keeping passwords in multiple locations.

Optional: Disable iCloud Keychain

If you’ve set up Keychain to sync passwords over iCloud, you may want to disable iCloud Keychain before you begin. If not, deleting your passwords in macOS will also result in their automatic removal from other Apple devices you own.

1. Open the System Preferences app. If you can’t find it on the Dock, open the Apple menu and select System Preferences.

2. Select Apple ID.

3. Select iCloud on the sidebar. Then, uncheck the box next to Keychain.

Delete Website Passwords Using Safari Passwords Manager

If you only want to delete website passwords, the most convenient way to do that is to use Safari’s integrated Passwords manager. You can also use it to export passwords to a CSV file (ideal if you want to back up your passwords or import them to a different password manager).

2. Switch to the Passwords tab.

Tip: Another way to access the Passwords manager in Safari is to select the Passwords category inside the System Preferences app.

3. Enter your Mac user account password into the password field or authenticate yourself using Touch ID.

4. Select the More icon (three dots) at the lower-left corner of the window and choose Export Passwords. 

5. Pick a location on your Mac to export your passwords to a CSV file and select Save.

6. You can now delete your passwords:

Delete Individual Passwords: Highlight the password you want to remove and select the Delete (–) icon. If you have lots of passwords, use the search bar at the top of the sidebar to search for login entries by username or website.

Delete Multiple Passwords: Hold down the Command key to select multiple login entries on the sidebar. Then, select Delete to remove them simultaneously.

Delete All Passwords: If you want to delete all saved website passwords, press Command + A to highlight the entire sidebar. Then, press the Delete key and select Delete Passwords as confirmation.

Delete Any Saved Password Using Keychain Access

If you want to delete passwords of websites, apps, Wi-Fi networks, and encrypted disk images from your login keychain, you must use the built-in Keychain Access app in macOS. If you’ve yet to set up Time Machine on your Mac, we recommend backing up your keychain manually before proceeding.

Note: If you want to delete all passwords on your Mac, your best option is to reset the login keychain. Skip ahead to the next section for instructions.

Back-Up Your Login Keychain

2. Type in the following folder path and press Enter:


3. Create a copy of the login.keychain-db file to a different location on your Mac.

Delete Passwords in Login Keychain

2. Select your login keychain under the Default Keychains section of the sidebar. It consists of two categories—Login and Local Items.

Login: Contains entries that you can’t sync over iCloud.

Local Items: Contains entries that you can sync via iCloud. If the keychain is actively syncing via iCloud, you’ll see the category listed as iCloud on the Keychain Access sidebar.

3. You can now start deleting your passwords:

4. Select Delete to confirm.

Reset My Default Keychain Using Keychain Access

If you want to delete all passwords for websites, apps, and Wi-Fi networks, the Mac’s Keychain Access app provides you the option to reset the default login keychain. That’s ideal if you forget its password (e.g., after an admin password reset) or want to resolve issues with a corrupt keychain.

Resetting your login keychain will automatically generate a backup copy of the existing data that you can add to Keychain later (e.g., if you remember its password) if you want.

Note: The Keychain First Aid option is no longer present in Mac OS X 10.11 and later.

2. Select Reset Default Keychains.

3. Select Use Password on the Keychain Access pop-up to authenticate the action with your Mac’s admin password. Or, use Touch ID.

4. Enter your Mac admin password again to encrypt the new login keychain and select OK.

5. Select OK to complete the reset process.

Delete Custom Keychain From Keychain Access

If you use a custom keychain on your Mac, you can delete any item inside similar to the login keychain. You also have the option of completely removing the keychain itself.

1. Select the keychain from the Custom Keychains section of the Keychain Access app.

3. Select the Remove Reference or the Delete Keychain File option. 

Delete Keychain File: Deletes the keychain database file. If you don’t have Time Machine set up on your Mac, you may want to back up the file to a different location before selecting this option. You can find it under the ~/Library/Keychains directory.

Wrapping Up

Delete Files Keeps Coming Back On Windows 10, What Can Be Done?

Deleted Files and Folders On Windows Keep Coming Back, What Can Be Done? Fixes for Deleted Files Keep Coming Back on Windows 10: 1. Run An Antivirus Scan And Use A File Shredder To Delete Unwanted Files

Things can become really scary if the deleted files and folders that keep coming back on your computer are strange and you have no clue what they are. Worse! However much you try, they just refuse to go. This could possibly mean that they are infected with some or the other kind of virus. Now, two tools can help you get rid of such files.

(i) A robust Antivirus software

After reading the heading, you might think that I will now have to install two different software – (i) An Antivirus that would look for malicious files and folders and (ii) a file deletion/ shredder that can completely delete a file, right? How about we tell you that there are software which bear the goodness of both. And, Advanced System Optimizer is one such software.

Let’s have a look at both the modules of Advanced System Optimizer

1. System Protector

2. Secure Delete Module

Also Read: Advanced System Optimizer – A Comprehensive Review

2. Resolve A Corrupted Or A Broken Recycle Bin

If deleted files and folders keep coming back on Windows 10’s recycle bin, chances could be that there are some issues with the Recycle bin itself. Here are the steps to fix a corrupted recycle bin –

1. In the Windows search bar type cmd

2. From the right-hand pane open Run as administrator

3. Type the below mentioned command in the Command Prompt

rd /s /q C:$Recycle.bin

4. Press Enter

5. Type exit to close the Command Prompt

3. Turn Off Cloud Sync Or Uninstall Third-Party Cloud Storage

You can try turning off cloud sync or uninstall a cloud service especially if it is uses SharpShell extension-

1. Open the Run dialog box by pressing Windows + R keys

2. Type appwiz.cpl and press Enter. This will open the Programs and Features in the Control Panel

3. Select the cloud storage service listed in the Control Panel

4. Select Uninstall from the top

5. Restart computer

Now, if you just want to turn off auto-sync, here are the probable steps you can take. Let’s say you use Dropbox as your cloud service provider. To turn off auto-sync in Dropbox.

3. Select Preferences

4. Check System Permissions

There’s a possibility that the system itself is not allowing you to make changes to files and folders because of which you are unable to remove files. In that case, you can check and make changes to your system permissions –

2. Select Properties

5. Select Change next to the Owner

7. In the box enter names and press OK

9. In the Permissions for System choose Allow for all permissions

Also Read: File Access Denied In Windows 10 – What To Do

5. Fix Corrupted System Files

A lot many Windows errors can be attributed to the presence of some or the other corrupted files. To deal with corrupted files you can use the sfc /scannow function. Here are the steps to do the same –

1. In the Windows search bar type cmd

2. Type sfc /scannow and press enter

3. The file checker tool would detect and repair corrupted files


We earnestly hope that with the above workarounds deleted files and folders won’t come back on your Windows 10 computer. For more such content keep reading Tweak Library. You can also find us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and Flipboard. You can also subscribe to our YouTube Channel.

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How To Save Notepad Files As Pdf Files On Windows 10.

If you are looking for a new and different way to save content in PDF format or just want to know how to save Notepad content on Windows 10 in PDF format. This article will show you how you can use Notepad on Windows 10 to save any text your want in PDF format.

Related: How to fix the Taskbar flashing and going blank after updating Windows 10.

The Notepad on Windows 10 is a bit of a lurker when it comes to software on the operating system. It simply sits in the background and doesn’t really do anything useful or important. At least that’s what most Windows users think! Putting it more accurately the Notepad on Windows 10 is quite an important tool, especially if you are making changes to system files like Hosts or creating batch files, etc.

Notepad even has the ability to save content in other file formats, allowing you to save text files in PDF format as well as txt (text format). Just like most things on Windows 10 this feature isn’t located in the typical place you’d expect and requires you to use a little workaround to get things done. Thankfully, it’s nothing too complicated so follow along as we teach you something new.

Quick steps to save content in PDF format using Notepad on Windows 10.

Open Notepad.

Type or copy and paste some content into a new Notepad document.

Select Microsoft Print to PDF.

Name your file and save it to a location on your device.

How do you save files from Notepad in PDF format on Windows 10?

The Best Notepad Alternatives for Windows 10 (2024).

Although it’s not something the average user will probably ever need, there are quite a few different Notepad alternatives on offer. Below we’ve listed them by their popularity. Even if you aren’t a Windows 10 Power user, you’ve probably heard of Notepadd++ and a few of the other options on the list.




PSPad Editor

NoteTab Light Free version

TinyEdit Text Editor




Glass Notepad

How To Empty Trash Files On Android

Thankfully, there are a few ways you can remove these files and clear up storage for the apps and files that matter. If you want to know how to empty trash files on Android, here’s what you’ll need to do.

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Clearing App Cache Files on Android

As you’re running apps on your Android device, they’re building up cache files. These are temporary files that the apps use in the background. Over time, these files grow and grow in size, especially in web browsers, social media apps, and other apps with internet connectivity.

Clearing these files can restore a good amount of your used storage. It won’t stop the apps from working, but you may need to sign back in to some of them.

To clear app cache files, open the settings menu for your device. You can do this by scrolling down the notifications drawer and selecting the Settings option.

The Settings menu for Android devices will vary, depending on the device manufacturer and Android version. Select the Apps option from the list to view your installed apps.

In the Apps menu, you’ll see a list of installed apps. Certain Android versions may need to tap Installed Applications to view this list, however. To clear cache files from certain apps, select the app in the list.

In the App info menu for that app, select the Storage option.

In the Storage menu, select the Clear cache button at the bottom. This will empty all cache files for that app.

If an app cache proves stubborn to empty, the best thing to do is remove the app and reinstall it, as this will empty the cache files in the process.

Deleting Downloaded Files Using Google Files

Open your app’s file manager app, or install Google Files from the Google Play Store and open that app instead. You may need to give Google Files permission to access your files when you first open it.

The Files app will ask you to confirm your choice. Select Delete to do this and remove all the files.

Once you’ve confirmed the deletion, all the files in your device’s download folder will be removed. You’ll need to repeat these steps to empty trash files on your Android at regular intervals to ensure you don’t fill up your storage with forgotten download files.

Clearing Temporary Files Using Google Files

Android “cleaning” apps were popular in the early days of Google’s operating system. While some questioned their usefulness, a mix of low-powered devices, small storage capacities and less optimized systems forced users to try and find ways to clear their system of junk files and free up active memory.

We wouldn’t necessarily recommend any of these apps today, but if you’re worried about these junk files on your Android device, you can use Google’s own Files app to remove them for you.

You’ll need to install Google Files first if you haven’t already, as well as provide it with the necessary permissions to access your files when you first run it. Once opened, select the Clean tab (if it isn’t already visible), then select the Clean option in the Junk Files card at the top.

Files will ask you for permission to clean your device of some temporary files. Select Clear to do this.

With these files cleared, storage space taken up by temporary trash files on Android will be restored for you to use elsewhere.

Clearing Browser Cache in Google Chrome on Android

One of the biggest sources of unnecessary trash files on an Android device is your web browser. Chrome, which is the default browser for many Android users, stores cache files for sites you visit to help load them faster on future visits and reduce your data usage.

You can use the steps above to clear the Chrome app’s cache files directly, but this can cause you to lose certain settings and personalization changes. Rather than attempt that, you can use Chrome’s own trash removal system to clear unnecessary cache files.

To do this, open Google Chrome on your Android device, then select the three-dots menu icon in the top right. From the drop-down menu, select the Settings option.

In the Settings menu, select the Site Settings option.

In the Site Settings menu, select the Data stored option.

You’ll see a list of data stored for each individual site you’ve visited in the Data stored menu. To wipe this data, select the Clear all data button at the bottom of the menu.

Chrome will ask you to confirm that you want to erase the cache files. Select Clear to do this.

With the browser data removed, Chrome’s storage usage will decrease significantly. You’ll need to repeat these steps regularly to ensure that Chrome’s storage usage doesn’t increase too much in the future.

Maintaining Your Android Devices

The steps above should help you empty trash files on Android. Once you’ve cleared out unwanted trash files, however, you’ll need to keep up with regular maintenance to ensure you don’t run into problems later. For instance, you can start to move some apps to external storage or store some of your files in the cloud instead.

It’s a good idea to empty trash files on Android regularly, but it isn’t a miracle cure for a slow smartphone or tablet. If it’s time for an upgrade, you can transfer your data to your new Android device easily. You can also move from Android to iPhone, although this process will take a little bit more time to complete.

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