In Windows, is there a tool or way to easily find all files (maybe within a directory tree only) to list all files whose file size is a whole multiple of 64KB?
I.e. those files that may have been truncated by a chkdsk or rounded up at one point; either way, possibly corrupt.
I liked using the fast Everything software because it takes advantage of the filesystem's built-in journal and file index of sorts, allowing me to disable the resource-intensive Windows Search service. It doesn't have this option, aside from specifying a single exact filesize like other search software, though maybe the CLI can be useful.