In Windows File Explorer you can type size: into the search box, and it will offer 7 predefined size-ranges empty/tiny/small/medium/large/huge/gigantic
For the longest time "gigantic" was set as >128mb This was useful, you could quickly find all movie files in a folder tree.
Recently (some 2018/2019 update), Microsoft decided to modernise the definitions of these 7 predefined size-ranges so that:
- Large (128MB - 1GB)
- Huge (1GB - 4GB)
- Gigantic (> 4GB)
... ok that is a more 'modern' definition, but now the size: search function becomes less useful to me. Now my movie files are fragmented between 3 different search results!!
Question: Does anyone know a registry key which can be used to manipulate the thresholds of the size: search filter in file explorer?