What is the file time, or the folder time?
For Windows, the file and folder time is stored as a 64-bit value with an accuracy of 100 nanoseconds.
The time specification of the documents contains date and time (is an electronic time signature, so to speak).
The Windows operating systems record different file times.
For example the following (on Microsoft's operating systems and even Apple's Mac OS):
time : Time when an application created a file.
time : Time when a file was accessed or rewritten.
Time : Time when the file was last modified.
These times are often referred to as: timestamp, time stamp. Terms like folder timestamps, or file timestamps are also very common!
Timestamp is used to save the date and time on all computers, smartphones, iPhons, Tablets, etc. It should be noted that different file systems can use a different timestamp, depending on the file system NTFS, FAT32, Exfat
. Any file with an old timestamp, or a very distant timestamp in the future, can lead to a problem in the respective file system. Sometimes compatibility issues can occur with two different file systems. Suppose you copy an old file from one hardware to another.
FAQ 19: Updated on: 24 June 2019 10:27
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