I have spent the last few days trying to figure out how to do this. Windows displays storage volumes in Gibibytes rather than Gigabytes. Same for MB and TB. 1000 Megabytes = 1 Gigabyte 1024 Mebibytes = 1 Gibibytes This makes the hard drives appear smaller than they really are. For example a 2 terrabyte hard drive in windows 8 appears to be 1.81TB. But its actually 1.81 Tebibytes. I was wondering if there was a way to make windows display storage volumes in Mega, Giga, and Terabytes rather than MiB, GiB, and TiB like in OSX and Linux. From what I have read Windows displays storage in Binary Prefix rather than Decimal Prefix. I can hardly find any info about this online. Any help would be appreciated.