Use timestamps from a specific windows file or folder!
The solution is quite simple to use the timestamp of a particular Windows file or folder / directory!
◇ File timestamp from file.
From the version 3.04, you can now do it by right-clicking on the appropriate file or directory.
(... see Image-1 Point 1 and 2 )
In earlier versions it was only possible via the # button (... see Image-1 Point 3)
◇ Additional info: equate file timestamp.
If you e.g. click on the = button (... see Image-1 Point 4) the file timestamp from Date Modified, will be set then for Date Created and Date Accessed! (And vice versa)
Please ► ... use always the latest version of NewFileTime!
| (Image-1) timestamps from a specific windows file or folder!
FAQ 8: Updated on: December 17th 2017 20:22
NewFileTime - FAQ-8: Use timestamps from a specific windows file or folder!
ist valid for Microsoft (c): Windows 10
: Pro, Enterprise, Home,
Windows and 8.1
: Enterprise, Pro, Home
: Enterprise, Home, Basic, Premium, Professional, Starter, Ultimate
Windows-Server 2016, 2012, 2008, 2005 .
|Asked questions on this answer:|
- When I create a folder to copy a stick, Windows automatically sets the current timestamp what is wrong, the cut and sifting helps me not synonymous, because I want to have the files on the hard drive AND on the USB stick, both with the correct Create date and other file times.
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