|05 Dec 2011||#1|
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How do I get Explorer Status bar to display total file size?
This problem is very annoying.
In Windows XP when I open a folder, a music folder for example, it would display the total number of files in the folder and the total file size. Windows 7 does not do this, which is fine, I thought, I'll just highlight all the files with Ctrl+A, doesn't work, I have to click on 'Show more details' which is hassle.
And why such a arbitrary number 15?
Is there a registry modification to increase this number? To say, 9999?
*edit* Found the solution in this thread. Mod can delete this junk post, thanks!
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