In the days of DOS, individual directories had Kb totals with directories.
I've since not found this feature as a native windows ability. Particularly, the ability to see (with explorer or a third party explorer alternative) the total cumulative filesize within a sub-directory and the consequent total of those sub-directories listed on the above parent directory.
Anyone know if this can be forced in explorer or if there's utility?
One purpose is to get a handle on the total filesize of audio albums being maintained on disk for xfer to an ipod.
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