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Thread: In windows how to sort files by size ?

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    In windows how to sort files by size ?

    As we know that we can sort folder by size but i want know that is there any way to sort files on the D drive by file size ? I am having lots of file in my D drive i want to sort that file by size.

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    Re: In windows how to sort files by size ?

    You can sort D drive Files and Folders according to Size. Just click once on Size header to sort the files and folders according to their sizes.

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    Re: In windows how to sort files by size ?

    you can go to the particular directory & right click & select option "arrange icons by" & select size.
    This is what you need to do in your windows explorer.
    I hope this is what you want.

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    Re: In windows how to sort files by size ?

    The following command reads the file Expenses.txt, sorts it in reverse order, and displays it on your screen:

    sort /r expenses.txt
    Sorting the output from a command

    To search a large file named Maillist.txt for the text "Jones," and to sort the results of the search, use the pipe (|) to direct the output of a find command to the sort command, as follows:

    find "Jones" maillist.txt | sort

    The command produces a sorted list of lines that contain the specified text.

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