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NewFileTime v4.51
NewFileTime v4.51 NewFileTime is a small portable but effective tool that provides you easy access to correct or manipulate any of the timestamps for any file and folder on your Windows system. Several files and/or folders can be modified at the same time. You can add files simply via Drag and Drop or by import from a folder. In any case, it opens in different ways to bring you quickly to the job at hand. You can make files proportionally younger or older, or you can set a specific date/time. With this utility everyone can have the ability to make quick corrections to the creation, last access and modification dates/times of the files or folders on their PC. NewFileTime does not have to be installed and can be executed easily from the desktop. Portable use is also possible. Features ► Very Small ► Summer time and winter time stamp corrections ► Optional translation feature ► Multiple files support ► Change timestamp plus drag and drop ► Portable ► Multilingual A simple usage example of NewFileTime Start the program. The first time that you use it the program it will present you with a license screen. The program is free and the license info is only displayed the first time (per PC). Once the program is open drag a file onto the NewFileTime window. If you want the dates/times to be anything other than the current date and time one way that you can accomplish this is to click on the "#" drop-down. Two further sub-menus appear: time and date. Those can be used in combination to specify the new date/time in one hour increments from your current date/time. That method will yield a maximum change of about one week. At any point you can revert to the current date/time by clicking on "#" and then "Current." You may also enter the exact date/time that ...
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