Windows 10: Sort within folders
Sort within folders
Windows 10 anniversary version.
When I sort "by date" within a folder that contains many subfolders, the sub folders are all at the top and I need to scroll down quite a bit before I come to the most recent file - which is what I really want to find. That's a nuisance.
Is there a way to sort by file date so that the most recent files are at the top instead of the subfolders?
Hi click the column header again and you'll see files from most recent downwards.
Yep, you can click on "date" in the results window and it will cycle "ascending" and "descending", when I am looking for a file from a specific date I do this. Also, if you know the first letter of the filename you are looking for, you can put the cursor on the first item in an alphabetically sorted list, then press the key corresponding with the first letter in the filename, and it will bring you to the general area. That for me has always been the fastest search method. But when I can't recall the exact name, I always DO recall when I got the file, and this method works very well.
Is there a setting to permanently avoid having to cycle through the date sort that puts the folders at the top? I don't think that was the default sort order in 8.1.
Sorry, but File Explorer has always bunched folders together by Date modified. All other types are mixed together. Only choice is whether to show most recent folders at top or bottom of list.
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