I noticed today that my Windows system does not properly calculate folder sizes.
I'm actually trying to make a backup of all my personal and work content. When I check the whole backup folder size under properties, It shows me around 10 Gb. But when I open this big folder and select a subfolder, It show me 30 Gb... This is kind of really annoying and I think it's a major issue Microsoft should fix ASAP.
I would like to say (because I didn't find anywhere else to post it) that in my opinion, Microsoft lacks ways of collecting feedback from his clients. There is nowhere we can manually report bugs and crashes.
In any ways, I think that showing correct folder sizes is a really basic task that an Operating System should be able to do. Such a bug is inacceptable for a leader like Microsoft, and I honestly consider going along with Apple if this issue does not get quickly fixed. My computer will soon need to be changed in anyways.
Meanwhile, if some of you guys have found ways to go around this major issue, feel free to share them :). Thank you!
Here is my technical information :
Intel Core i7-3720QM 2.60 GHz
Windows 10 family version 1803
Installed on 2018-06-20O.S. version 17134.112
Many thanks is advance,