If you work as a developer, writer or document analyst, you’ll often need to compare work side-by-side. Programmers find it’s useful for them to make changes or debug a document whilst comparing it to an previous version. It’s more beneficial to correct bugs when you have a copy of the document to compare it to, that way you know how much you’ve done, without reverting to a saved version the next day and not being able to find where you had got to.
WinMerge 2.8 is designed to compare and merge documents, also a useful when merging old and new parts of old code or editorial. Use it not only for text documents, but in other areas too. Its main use is to compare edited documents, especially those updated by other people.
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