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I have two directory trees - the damaged one and a backup/outdated one. I need a windows tool which will compare them up to files dates and content and show me a list of differences. Could you recommend me one?

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Winmerge does exactly this, and it does it very well.

It can also be used for comparing files. (Like WinDiff)

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