find all file larger than 500M in home dir

find ~ -type f -size +500M -exec ls -ls {} \; | sort -n
Find all files larger than 500M in home directory and print them ordered by size with full info about each file.
Sample Output
1688484 -rw-rw-r-- 1 marcanuy marcanuy 1729003520 Mar 23  2013 /home/marcanuy/backups/docs-20130323.tar.gz
4300700 -rw-rw-r-- 1 marcanuy marcanuy 4403912324 Mar 24  2013 /home/marcanuy/backups/full-20130323.tar.gz



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By: marcanuy
2013-11-17 13:13:14

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