Find and Mark Multiple Files

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If you need to find and mark many files at once, you may do that in the following ways:

By sorting them by their extensions or creation/modification/accessed time

To sort files by their extensions or creation/modification/accessed time,

*On the Folders panel select the tab

Extensions

to sort the files by their extensions

Creation Time

to sort the files by their creation time

Modification Time

to sort the files by their modification time

Accessed Time

to sort the files by their accessed time

Click to expand/collapse Other ways to sort files by their extensions or creation/modification/accessed time

>R-Studio will show the sorted files in the Folders and Content panels, showing the path to each file:

To return to the conventional view,

*On the Drives panel, right-click the logical disk, select Open Drive Files Sorted By on the shortcut menu, and select Real File System Structure,

or

On the Folders panel, select Show Files Sorted By on the Drive menu and select Real File System Structure

or

Click the Real tab

By finding and marking multiple files using the Find/Mark dialog box

You may find and mark all the files on the entire disk by using Mark matched files in the Find/Mark mode option. You may specify all the necessary search options and mark all the found files. Please note that each find and mark/unmark operation is independent from previous ones. That is, if a file matches the search criteria, it will be marked/unmarked regardless of its previous marked/unmarked state.

For example, if you first mark all doc files, and then all txt files, all doc files remain marked, too. If you then decide to unmark all files smaller than 2 kB, all doc and txt files will stay marked except those that less than 2 kB.