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  1. C:\> choco install linkshellextension

    Package testing. See package page for more details. Link Shell Extension 3.8.7.10

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    Link Shell Extension (LSE) provides for the creation of Hardlinks , Junctions , Volume Mountpoints , and Windows7/8's Symbolic Links, (herein referred to collectively as Links) a folder cloning process that utilises Hardlinks or Symbolic Links and a copy process taking care of Junctions, Symbolic Links, and Hardlinks. LSE, as its name implies is im... More information

  2. C:\> choco install ln

    Package testing. See package page for more details. Ln - Command line Hardlinks 2.8.7.3

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    The NTFS filesystem supports a lot of features like Hardlinks, Junctions Symbolic Links and Mount Points, which are sparsley supported by standard tools. This tool is kind of a NTFS Swiss Army Knife and can do lots of things, like create SmartCopies, which preserve the inner and outer Hardlink/Junction/SymbolicLink structure, does hardlink based in... More information

  3. C:\> choco install findlinks

    Package testing. See package page for more details. FindLinks 1.10

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    FindLinks reports the file index and any hard links (alternate file paths on the same volume) that exist for the specified file. A file's data remains allocated so long as at it has at least one file name referencing it.

  4. C:\> choco install xdel

    Package testing. See package page for more details. Xdel 5.3.0

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    The NTFS filesystem of NT4/W2K/WXP supports the junction/symbolic link functionality. Deleting subdirectories recursivley can be done by various of tools, but only xdel is aware of junctions/symbolic link, and instead of crawling recursivley down a junction/symbolic link, xdel simply unlinks the junction/symbolic link, and so does no harm to conten... More information