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checkSum+

checkSum+ will handle md5, sfv & cvs files (please, do not confuse with cvs files, since these...

checkSum+ Alternatives

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    QuickSFV integrates into the Windows Explorer shell and makes it very easy to verify files.

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  2. File-integrity verification with CRC-32, MD5, SHA-1, SHA-2 and SHA-3, integrated into Windows...

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  4. OpenHashTab is a shell extension for conveniently calculating and checking file hashes from file properties.

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  5. A program to verify and write checksumfiles.

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  6. RapidCRC is an open source CRC/MD5/SHA hashing program.

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  7. HashMyFiles is small utility that allows you to calculate the MD5 and SHA1 hashes of one or more files in your system.

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  8. checksum is a no-nonsense BLAKE2/SHA1/MD5 hashing tool for Windows.

    Open Source

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  9. fHash - a file hash calculator for Windows and macOS.

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  10. RapidCRC is a tool for Windows for checking and creating CRC32 and MD5 checksums; this comprises:

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  11. FileVerifier++ is a Windows application for verifying the integrity of files.

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  12. A GTK+ utility for computing message digests or checksums.

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  13. Windows Context Menu Tools only using Windows 10-11 built-in features

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  14. GUI frontend for fsum – a hash calculator supporting a ton of algorithms.

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