I understand that hard drive companies do it to market a 900GB HD as an 1TB one, but what is the reason that Nautilus uses base 10 as well? Shouldn't we try to be right rather than handy?
It would be better to see file sizes in binary units (i.e.: MiB) for my job everywhere in Ubuntu (at least Gnome would be perfect.) So my question: Is there any global setup option to use binary ...
I would like to know if it's possible to display the current folder size (in MB or GB) in Nautilus at the status bar. Here's a screenshot: as you can see, (in this case) I have 7 items, and I have ...