Please recommend Windows file managers that can display file sizes with binary prefixes, and that display files smaller than 1KiB as bytes.
For example, the binary prefix would change the display from KB (kilobytes) to KiB (kibibytes), MB (megabytes) to MiB (mebibytes), GB (gigabytes) to GiB (gibibytes). I find it confusing how SI units are used, when in fact Windows does not use SI units for the values of the sizes of files. The sizes of files are given in base 2, not base 10. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IEEE_1541-2002