As you can see above in Windows 10 shot screenshot, you can use timestamps from a certain Windows file, or folder, you can use this file timestamp example as a solution without hesitation also on earlier versions of MS Windows operating systems. Regarding file timestamps, it does not matter if it's a Windows desktop, mobile tablet, Surface Pro / Go, or even an MS Server operating system.
(Image-2) Timestamps from a specific History Time!
Use timestamp change from history!
Created on user request!
Thanks for providing this nice prog. May I suggest another really-nice-to-have feature? What about a keeping the last (changed) time and date when finishing the program -- best with an extra button: "Apply last used time/date"? This would increase usability a lot!
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.
If you copy a folder, the time of the files in the folder is preserved, but that of the folder itself is not. I sometimes find that impractical. The question: is there an easier way to align the time of the new folder with that of the old one than to edit it individually "manually"? Is it possible to somehow "take over" the time data of the old folder?
Win automatic time change changes file time?
Windows time stamp?
When I create a folder on a stick, Windows automatically sets the current timestamp which is wrong, cutting and sifting doesn't help me either, because I want to have the files on the hard drive AND on the USB stick, both with the correct build date and other file times.