Yep. Use TweakUI
Use intuitive filename sorting
[[If this is checked the Explorer will sort files so that, for e.g. ile 5
comes before ile 10because 5 comes before 10. If this is unchecked then
Explorer will use literal sorting, in which case ile 10will come before
ile 5because 1 comes before 5. ]]
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Microsoft PowerToys for Windows XP
Tweak UI for Windows XP Guide
The Sort Order for Files and Folders Whose Names Contain Numerals Is
Different in Windows XP Than It Is in Windows 2000
Hope this helps. Let us know.
P<ppa < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >.com> hunted and peck>d:
> Is is it possible to change the way XP Professional recognises >nd
> sorts file names when they begin with a number? In my previ>us
> system (2000 Pro) for file names that began with single digit numb>rs
> we began them wi<h a <>pace> so that '11' did not come before '>'.
> XP seems to recognise the file names in a different way which me>ns
> they are now (in XP) displayed out of order. >g:>
> With 2000 Pro: so changed>to
> 1jan04 < <>pace>1ja>04
> 11jan04 < <>pace>2ja>04
> 2jan04 11ja>04>
> Is there any way we can override the default or do we have to cha>ge
> the names of all our fil>s?
> Does this make any sens>??
> I am not an 'IT person' (as you can probably tell from the way I h>ve
> worded this question) so please, if anyone out there can help, ple>se
> avoid using jargon in your rep>y.>
> Many tha>ks