Re: how to update the top folder Date Modified
"Adam Johnson" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Thanks. Is there anyway to identify any item inside which folders (with
> multi-level folders inside) have recent modified date?
> "Richard G. Harper" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> Windows will not do this itself and there's no way to "make" it. You
>> might find some utility via Google or Bing that will set the date of the
>> folder to the newest content within it but I rather doubt it.
>> "Adam Johnson" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>>> How can I look at the top level folder date modified, I can tell any
>>> item inside all the sub-folder was updated or created? So the top level
>>> folder 'date modified' is the latest date.
>>> Current, in Windows, even the inside sub-folder is updated, the top
>>> level folder date is not changed.
>>> How do I make the top folder's Date Modified reflect the latest modified
>>> dates of any items inside the sub-folder?
>>> That is if any inside item inside multiple levels of sub-folder is
>>> modified and updated, how can I make the Date Modified updated for all
>>> the upper levels folders, or just the top level folder?