The solution is quite simple to use the timestamp of a particular Windows file or folder / directory!
Content / Solution / Tip:
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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!
Please ... use The latest version of NewFileTime for Windows !
More change information can also be found in: the ► version overview !
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.
From Ver. 3.44 to improve the user-friendliness you can use the history function. This is automatically saved when a new file time is set, thus saving a lot of time.
However, anyone who does not want the timestamp change saved will be able to disable it
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and then just use the manual feature. (... see Image-2 Point 2)
Hint: menu selection and pressed shift key deletes the marked history!
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Info: Stores up to 16 last entries!
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!
FAQ 8: Updated on: 24 February 2019 17:24