It appears windows does not cnform to the standard method of calculating file size. e.g. the standard value of 1GB is 1000MB, however windows uses 1024MB. As such it is not in fact a "Gigabyte" But a "Gibibyte". This is extremley annoying, as for egxample, I have a 2TB hard Drive, which in the settings tells me is: 2,000,263,573,504 bytes, this is correct, however it also tells me that the hard drive is 1.81TB when it should say 2TB. Is there any way I can change windows's calculation method for file sizes? So that 1TB = 1,000,000,000,000 bytesinstead of 1,099,511,627,776 byte which is a TiB (or tebibyte) This is probably a very stupid question and pointless, but if anyone can help\knows what to do I will appreciate it.