Is there an Image difference library function in Photoshop?

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I'm trying to find out if the 2 JPEG images that I have are actually one and the same.  Same in every little detail, same in size and the likes.  Is there an image difference library function in Photoshop?  I have Adobe Photoshop CS6.  Thanks.

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Is there an Image difference library function in Photoshop?

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Is there an Image difference library function in Photoshop?

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Hi,

Adobe photoshop CS6 is a major release of adobe photoshop. Photoshop CS6 version have many new features like background and autosave,the altogether revamped crop tool,consolidated properties panel,modifying multiple layers at a time,3D shadows and  reflections e.t.c. Photoshop also enables vector graphics editing through shape layers and small object functions.

Again there are adjustment layers where you can change the parameters of an existing layer. But a useful change occurs  in the function of the sliders ,Brightness and Recovery slider. I have not found yet any functions that can make image differences.

To know more about photoshop CS6 visit the link below

http://www.amazon.com/Photoshop-CS6-Lightroom-Photographers-ebook/dp/B008XOVDXI

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