Here are a few tricks to help you clean out even more useless copies.
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How to find all your duplicate files.
Hope you're enjoying Gemini 2, dear customer. We just wanted to make sure you know how to spot all the duplicates there are on your Mac, because that can be tricky. So, here are a few tips to help you clean out each and every useless copy.
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Follow this Gemini 2 checklist:
Allow access to iTunes and Photos.
As you scan your Mac, Gemini 2 requests access to iTunes and Photos, because that's where all the duplicate songs and photos are. So, make sure you allow the access, and don't worry: Gemini won't touch your files without permission.
Scan external drives.
Users of Gemini find massive amounts of duplicates on external drives, so don't forget to scan your camera's SD card or that external hard drive where you keep your old photos.
Scan cloud storage, too.
If you frequently use cloud storage services like Google Drive or Dropbox, chances are there are duplicate files in there, too. Gemini will automatically scan your libraries, provided you have the Google Drive/Dropbox apps installed on your Mac.
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Happy duplicate hunting!
Go ahead and launch Gemini 2 to try out these tricks and spot more useless copies. Just keep in mind that to clean out gigabytes of duplicates, you're going to need the full version.
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