I'm using XP Professional and would like to view the size of files on the bottom of the screen in windows explorer without having to right click and hit properties (I used to be able to do this in Win 95, 98, Me, 2000). Is there an option to enable this in XP? Thanks!
Just to to system properties>advanced>performance settings> and check the box that says "Use common tasks in folders".
Another way is to go to view>status bar in an open folder and it shows the file size there but it only stays on that folder
"If you would like the same option for all folders.
Just open Explorer, check the Status bar option.
Then go to Tools --> Folder options --> View , and press "Apply to all folders". (hope i did a good translation)"
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