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How to check downloaded file against its hash (SHA-256 Hash, SHA-1 Hash, MD5 Hash) on windows?

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marked as duplicate by DavidPostill, BlueBerry - Vignesh4303, Steven, fixer1234, ncdownpat Jul 22 at 0:43

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As mentioned at this answer - HashCheck is free and open source! –  culix Jul 21 at 2:59

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HashTab is the answer!

After installing, right click on a file, MD5 & SHA-1 will be dispayed in File Hashes tab. Amazing :)

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