The reason for the question is this: I was trying to find the location of a file and the only thing about it I knew was the exact size. So I search for all the files in the top of the folder tree and down, and sort the results by filesize, but I still can't identify the file because there are hundreds with a filesize of "123k".
I started to wade through the myriad of explorer replacements but after installing the first couple and finding they don't do that, I got lazy.
Is there a free Windows explorer replacement with a similar "find files" facility that can display the file sizes of the search results to a precision of one byte.
Being able to display the sizes to one byte in the normal folder view would also be useful, but not as useful as it would be if it also had the same file searching ability as XP's native explorer.