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Duplicate Files- How to exclude all folders with specific name.

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I would like to exclude a certain folder name ".picasaoriginals" from being included in a duplicate file search. I have an older photo editing program that has a folder by that name in about a hundred locations. I don't want to have to go to each folder and exclude them individually. It's way too cumbersome. I know other duplicate file finder programs allow you to do this, and I was hoping there would be a way to do it in CCleaner as well. For example, how would I exclude the last two folders ".picasaoriginals" without having to select them specifically? Thx!



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It doesn't allow excluding using a wildcard in Duplicate Finder from what I can tell looking at the GUI. It would have to be a feature request for them to implement in the future.

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