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Searching files from largest to smallest ?

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Msg#: 4130282 posted 5:10 pm on May 10, 2010 (gmt 0)

Is there an option on Vista to search my C: drive for Files from largest to smallest and display them appropriately ?

And also another option to solely display Folders from largest to smallest ?

Any help is much appreciated.



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Msg#: 4130282 posted 2:11 am on May 11, 2010 (gmt 0)

After performing a search on Vista you should see a column labeled Size. If you click on that you can change the sorting from smallest to largest and vice versa. Vista has a new feature that lets you stack files by the column value. Hover over the Size column and you'll see a dropdown arrow to the right. Clicking on that will show you the new stacking and grouping options.

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