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ExamDiff Pro Screenshots

Basic Comparison

Compare dialog

The Compare dialog lets you quickly and easily choose the files, directories, or clipboard contents to compare.
 
Text file comparison

This is the file comparison window of ExamDiff Pro.
 
Directory comparison

This is the directory comparison window of ExamDiff Pro.
 
Syntax highlighting

If you're a programmer or web developer comparing source files, syntax highlighting makes it easy to identify different aspects of code.
 
Unicode support

ExamDiff Pro has full Unicode support, and can properly compare files in a variety of different languages.
 
HTML diff report

Quickly share diff reports with your colleagues by using ExamDiff Pro's HTML diff report export features. You can even add basic navigation controls!
 
Print Preview diff report

If you prefer paper diff reports, not to worry - ExamDiff Pro lets you print and print preview diff reports as well.
 

Advanced Features

Three-way diff and merge

In three-way diff and merge, three files are compared - a base file and two revision files ("yours" and "theirs") that are both modifications of the base - and the goal is to reconcile the changes made in the revision files into an output file..
 
Three-way diff and merge

Two-way merge is useful for reconciling changes in a version control system that doesn't provide the base file, or when you need to reconcile the differences between two separate files..
 
Binary file comparison

ExamDiff Pro fully supports binary file comparison. This is an example of what the comparison window looks like for binary files.
 
Shell integration

You can enable ExamDiff Pro's Shell integration, so that the options shown appear in the context menu in Windows Explorer.
 
Sessions page

This expanded Compare dialog shows ExamDiff Pro's sessions page.
 
Word Wrap

If the files you compare have lines too long to fit in the window, you can enable Word Wrapping to quickly see the complete lines.
 
Comparison Plug-ins

ExamDiff Pro has robust support for plug-ins, and this window shows the parameters you can assign to plug-ins. See our plug-in database for example plug-ins that can do everything from comparing ZIP files to fetching files and directories from remote servers.
 
Manual synchronization

No comparison algorithm is perfect, but ExamDiff Pro lets you use manual synchronization to link lines together yourself if the need arises.
 
Command line options

ExamDiff Pro can be run from the command line, and this screenshot shows some of ExamDiff Pro's command line options.
 
Directory snapshot

If you don't want to compare the same large directories multiple times, you can create directory snapshots from within ExamDiff Pro: XML schematic files that can be compared as though they were directories. This screenshot shows how a directory snapshot file is organized.
 

Options

Text Compare

Options - Text Compare

From this page you can make ExamDiff Pro ignore certain lines or parts of lines in text file comparison, that is, not mark them as different. You can also set the detail level for file comparison.
 
Text Compare :: Advanced

Options - Text Compare :: Advanced

The options in this page control fuzzy matching, which enables ExamDiff Pro to intelligently align lines that are similar but not identical. You can also force text/binary comparison.
 
Directory Compare

Options - Directory Compare

ExamDiff Pro gives you great control over how directory comparison is performed, and from this page you can choose from a number of options to make comparison faster or more accurate.
 
Directory Compare :: Filters

Options - Directory Compare :: Filters

This page enables you to set up comparison filters based on file name, size, or date to include or exclude certain files from directory comparison.
 
Directory Compare :: Other

Options - Directory Compare :: More

This page gives you more options for directory comparison, such as backing up files replaced during Copy operations, showing empty directories, ignoring small time differences, and more.
 
Binary Compare

Options - Binary Compare

From this page you can set a number of options that pertain to binary comparison, such as the comparison block size, the number of bytes shown per line, and byte format and character set used.
 
Text Merge

Options - Text Merge

From this page you can define options for ignoring white space and detail level of comparison during text merge.
 
Text Merge :: Colors

Options - Text Merge :: Colors

This page allow you to customize colors for text merge differences and output sources.
 
Document Types

Options - Document Types

This page lets you define document types, which are used for syntax highlighting and ignoring comments.
 
Display

Options - Display

This page presents a wide range of options for customizing ExamDiff Pro's display for both file and directory comparison, as well as letting you select screen and printer fonts.
 
Display :: Colors

Options - Display :: Colors

From this page you can select the colors used for all of the difference identification types, as well as font effects.
 
Display :: View Filter

Options - Display :: View Filter

This page lets you set up a view filter that only displays certain lines (for text file comparison) or files (for directory comparison).
 
Display :: Dir Columns

Options - Display :: Dir Columns

From this page you can enable, disable, and reorder the columns in directory comparison views.
 
Word Wrap

Options - Word Wrap

From this page you can enable or disable word wrap, as well as choosing several options for how word wrap is handled.
 
File Editing

Options - File Editing

This page lets you enable or disable file editing from within ExamDiff Pro, as well as enabling/disabling automatic file backups, and choosing several other options related to file editing..
 
HTML

Options - HTML

This page lets you select the template file used for HTML diff reports, as well as whether or not JavaScript is enabled for HTML diff reports.
 
Tools

Options - Tools

This page allows you to define external text editors for text and binary file editing.
 
Tools :: Plug-ins

Options - Tools :: Plug-ins

This page allows you to specify plug-in applications to be used on files before comparing them.
 
Misc

Options - Misc

This page lets you set word separator characters, and many other options that don't fit in the other Options pages.
 
Misc :: Messages

Options - Misc :: Messages

From this page you can select which messages are displayed and which are suppressed.
 
Global

Options - Global

Global options are those that pertain to all sessions, such as Shell integration, Autopick in the Compare dialog, and program updates.
 
Global :: Keyboard

Options - Global :: Keyboard/

From this page you can set keyboard shortcuts for ExamDiff Pro commands. These settings are global and affect all sessions.
 
The Compare dialog lets you quickly and easily choose the files, directories, or clipboard contents to compare.
This is the file comparison window of ExamDiff Pro.
This is the directory comparison window of ExamDiff Pro.
If you're a programmer or web developer comparing source files, syntax highlighting makes it easy to identify different aspects of code.
ExamDiff Pro has full Unicode support, and can properly compare files in a variety of different languages.
Quickly share diff reports with your colleagues by using ExamDiff Pro's HTML diff report export features. You can even add basic navigation controls!
If you prefer paper diff reports, not to worry - ExamDiff Pro lets you print and print preview diff reports as well.
In three-way diff and merge, three files are compared - a base file and two revision files ("yours" and "theirs") that are both modifications of the base - and the goal is to reconcile the changes made in the revision files into an output file.
Two-way merge is useful for reconciling changes in a version control system that doesn't provide the base file, or when you need to reconcile the differences between two separate files.
ExamDiff Pro fully supports binary file comparison. This is an example of what the comparison window looks like for binary files.
You can enable ExamDiff Pro's Shell integration, so that the options shown appear in the context menu in Windows Explorer.
This expanded Compare dialog shows ExamDiff Pro's sessions page.
If the files you compare have lines too long to fit in the window, you can enable Word Wrapping to quickly see the complete lines.
ExamDiff Pro has robust support for plug-ins, and this window shows the parameters you can assign to plug-ins. See our plug-in database for example plug-ins that can do everything from comparing ZIP files to fetching files and directories from remote servers.
No comparison algorithm is perfect, but ExamDiff Pro lets you use manual synchronization to link lines together yourself if the need arises.
ExamDiff Pro can be run from the command line, and this screenshot shows some of ExamDiff Pro's command line options.
IIf you don't want to compare the same large directories multiple times, you can create directory snapshots from within ExamDiff Pro: XML schematic files that can be compared as though they were directories. This screenshot shows how a directory snapshot file is organized.
From this page you can make ExamDiff Pro ignore certain lines or parts of lines in text file comparison, that is, not mark them as different. You can also set the detail level for file comparison.
The options in this page control fuzzy matching, which enables ExamDiff Pro to intelligently align lines that are similar but not identical. You can also force text/binary comparison.
This page lets you define document types, which are used for syntax highlighting and ignoring comments.
This page presents a wide range of options for customizing ExamDiff Pro's display for both file and directory comparison, as well as letting you select screen and printer fonts.
From this page you can select the colors used for all of the difference identification types, as well as font effects.
This page lets you set up a view filter that only displays certain lines (for text file comparison) or files (for directory comparison).
From this page you can enable, disable, and reorder the columns in directory comparison views.
This page lets you set word separator characters, and many other options that don't fit in the other Options pages.
From this page you can select which messages are displayed and which are suppressed.
ExamDiff Pro gives you great control over how directory comparison is performed, and from this page you can choose from a number of options to make comparison faster or more accurate.
This page enables you to set up comparison filters based on file name, size, or date to include or exclude certain files from directory comparison.
This page gives you more options for directory comparison, such as backing up files replaced during Copy operations, showing empty directories, ignoring small time differences, and more.
From this page you can enable or disable word wrap, as well as choosing several options for how word wrap is handled.
This page lets you enable or disable file editing from within ExamDiff Pro, as well as enabling/disabling automatic file backups, and choosing several other options related to file editing.
This page allows you to define external text editors for text and binary file editing.
This page allows you to specify plug-in applications to be used on files before comparing them.
From this page you can set a number of options that pertain to binary comparison, such as the comparison block size, the number of bytes shown per line, and byte format and character set used.
This page lets you select the template file used for HTML diff reports, as well as whether or not JavaScript is enabled for HTML diff reports.
Global options are those that pertain to all sessions, such as Shell integration, Autopick in the Compare dialog, and program updates.
From this page you can set keyboard shortcuts for ExamDiff Pro commands. These settings are global and affect all sessions.
From this page you can define options for ignoring white space and detail level of comparison during text merge.
This page allow you to customize colors for text merge differences and output sources.