0
votes
1answer
645 views

UNIX command to sort the file by the following words, from major sort key to minor sort key: word 3, word 1, word 4

Need help with the UNIX command below to sort the file by the following words, from major sort key to minor sort key: word 3, word 1, word 4. (words are separated by white spaces) sort -t -k3 -k1 ...
-1
votes
1answer
659 views

(Some Program that lets me) Manually Sort Folders in Windows 7

I want to have some convenient way of remembering the order I put certain folders in, without being forced to rename them. Some of these folders may get deleted and new folders also get added, so ...
0
votes
1answer
1k views

Windows 7 : Sorting contents of a file

Is there any functionality by which I can sort the contents of a file in place in windows 7 ? I am not sure if there is any way I could do it in UI, but is there any batch script which will help me ...
1
vote
1answer
468 views

How Windows arranges files by date

In Windows 7 if I have files arranged by date on the desktop with newest being last, then files are automatically places at the end (i.e. right bottom) as I update them. The exception seems to be ...
1
vote
2answers
186 views

How to Find Most Common or Frequent Files In Directory?

I have a directory with lots of images(100,000+). Many of these are duplicates/identical images but obviously all have different filenames. I need to find the images that have the most duplicates in ...
1
vote
0answers
566 views

Path Finder: How to sort files by date, but folders by name?

This is possible in Total Commander. How can I make such separate sorting in Path Finder as well? I like to sort files by date, but I don't see any point in sorting folders this way - they just jump ...
1
vote
6answers
687 views

Best way to manually sort random text files?

I have about 1000 text files and I need to view each, and move it to a folder if it's the correct one. I can only do basic sorting by length/size, and I can't grep because the text is random. How can ...
1
vote
2answers
3k views

Windows “save” dialog listing files in reverse alphabetical order by default

Imagine this: no matter which software, when I hit "SAVE", the file explorer dialog that appears is listing my files in reverse-alpha order. This happens by default on all folders and is just an ...
0
votes
2answers
709 views

XP orders files backwards

Windows XP sorts everything alphebetically by name, except that it does it backwards. As it folders are always at the end and then ordered from Z-A. This is not only in Windows Explorer (which is easy ...