This Solution is for Windows 11, 10, 7, 8, 8.1, XP and all others Windows Operating Systems. Unfortunately there are always problems here because the computers were not designed for this by default, when interpreting the time it can lead to misinterpretations in the respective operating system!
1.) The summer time and winter time problem, the solution!
To change the file time and/or the time stamp of the folder, E.g. to make an hour older!
2.) Information about the problem with the file times in summer and winter time!
Problems can always arise with the file times, regardless of whether they are recorded images, documents under NTFS or FAT, i.e. in summer and winter time interpretation if the files were created in winter time and, for example, are changed in winter time especially if there are external data carriers, i.e. if the analysis of certain files in relation to the file date is carried out on different devices.
As a rule, you have fewer problems with FAT32, since the local time is the reference there, with NTFS it is the UTC time! You can see that facts arise here which lead to problems when recognizing and interpreting the current summer and winter time and sometimes cannot be solved!
Or can I do something about the multi-rename tool? I can already with the placeholders [YMD] and [hms] pull the file date in the name. But can I also rech in these placeholders?
Can I move the file date of files by a fixed time value using a bulk change method?
Time was wrong in my digital camera. All images are now provided with a timestamp shifted by 70 minutes. If I copy them with the images of my smartphone in a directory, then they are sorted in the wrong places. What can I do there?