Set the date and time created, modified, and last accessed of single files or all files in a folder. The graphical interface displays and lets you change the dates and times with an easy-to-use date-time control.
Disguise when you worked on a file, or make your work look great by setting a meaningful date and time.
What's really nice is that you can save (and restore) the file and date info of several files into a script file. So you can restore the exact same file and date info later.
The tool is straight-forward to use on individual files, and supports command line parameters for automation.
Why change time stamps?
* Save the real date when you took a picture
* Disguise the time you actually created a document, or when you last accessed it
* Make your work look great by setting a meaningful date and time
* Restore file dates after restoring files from backup
* Set the Last Modified date to the date you created the file (e.g. the day you took a picture, not when you transfered it to the computer.)
* Memorize a certain date/time in context with a document
* For publishing software and documents: Indicate the version number in the time stamp (e.g. 09:04 AM for version 9.04)
Windows XP, Pentium 4, 256 MB RAM