Re: Changing a file's date
The copy command can touch file dates to current date.
"Dennis_N" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> On 9 Mar 2007 06:40:06 -0800, "Dennis Snelgrove"
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>Is there a way in Vista to change the datestamp on a file? I've got a
>>bunch of pictures of my 2 year-old daughter (yes, I'm an obnoxious
>>father of the worst kind ) and I'd like to change the date on some
>>of the photos. Apparently the original dates have somehow been changed
>>and I want to get them back to what they should be.
>>Any help is greatly appreaciated!
> Also, you can change the capture date of a file, in windows explorer.
> At the bottom of the explorer window, in the details pane you can
> change some of the data for the file.
> But if it is the file date (creation date) you want to change, as in
> ┤touch' on UNIX, i think you have to get some 3'rd party tool.
> Don't believe you can do that per default.