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WinDiff is a graphical file comparison program published by Microsoft (from 1992[1]), and is distributed with Microsoft Windows,[2][3] support tools, certain versions of Microsoft Visual Studio and as source-code with the Platform SDK code samples.

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  1. ^ Brad Hines (1992-10-22). "Details of SDK beta release". 
  2. ^ "How to Use the Windiff.exe Utility". Microsoft. 
  3. ^ Tim O'Reilly, Troy Mott, Walter J. Glenn. Windows 98 in a Nutshell: A Desktop Quick Reference. O'Reilly Media, Inc. pp. 425–427. ISBN 156592486X.