How to Delete Duplicate Files from Mac — Apple Support Documentation May 23, 2022 — Double-click the destination location to open the folder that contains the duplicate files. How to Delete Duplicate Files from Mac — The Mac How to Blog May 29, 2022 — Open the folder where you want to store the duplicates. Click the plus sign to the left of the file name and choose the Delete option. How to Reorder Duplicate Files — FileOptimizer Oct 20, 2022 — Click '+' and choose Order By (e.g. the oldest first) in the Duplicate Files Editor Menu. How to Reorder Duplicate Files — Windows User Guide Dec 3, 2022 — Go to Start → All Programs → Accessories. In the folder that is shown in the Windows Explorer, right-click, and you'll see an option “Open command window here.” Click on it and type the following: Command + Q. It will ask about the target destination folder. If you enter the exact path of the destination folder using Command’T you can click 'Ok' and click Command to close it. Then drag and drop the duplicates that you want to close into those windows. Tip: You can easily find the destination folder using the Copy command. To copy the destination folder click the “Other” button. Then click “Open With:” in the Copy Item dialog box. If the duplicates that you want to store have not been copied or not created then you should move them into the destination folder. Click “Copy” and click 'OK'. You will need to manually copy the duplicates later in the program. How to Reassemble Duplicate Files — Mac world Oct 30, 2022 — Right-click the destination folder to be the final destination, and choose To reassemble from the shortcut that will open the file manager. How to Reassemble Duplicate Files — Windows User Guide | Windows 8 Dec 3, 2022 — Right-click the destination folder and choose To reassemble from the pop-up menu that appears. Then click “Choose Folder” in the window that appears and then in the right-hand column click “Make New Folders”. Now right-click the destination folder and choose To add From Selected Items as shown in the picture below. Now go to the “Open With:” box and type a name for the copied item(s) and then click “Open”.