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PropertySystemView v1.15
PropertySystemView v1.15 PropertySystemView is a tool that allows you view and modify the properties of file from GUI and command-line, using the property system of Windows operating system. For example, you can change the 'Media Created' timestamp stored in .mp4 files (System.Media.DateEncoded) as well as other metadata stored in media files and office documents, like Title, Comments, Authors, Tags, Date Acquired, Last Saved Date, Content Created Date, Date Imported, Date Taken (EXIF of .jpg files), and more... PropertySystemView also allows you to set properties of Windows. For example, you can set the System.AppUserModel.ID property of a window in order to disable the taskbar grouping of the specified window. System Requirements This tool works on any version of Windows, starting from Windows Vista and up to Windows 10. Both 32-bit and 64-bit systems are supported. Changes: Version 1.15 Added 'New PropertySystemView Instance' under the File menu, for opening a new window of PropertySystemView. Added 'Add Header Line To CSV/Tab-Delimited File' option (Turned on by default). Known Issues The property system of Windows has many bugs and issues, for example: On some 64-bit systems, edit of some properties ( like System.Document.DateCreated and System.Document.DateSaved) will only work from the 64-bit version of PropertySystemView. So if you have 64-bit system, it's recommended to use the 64-bit version of PropertySystemView. The 'Read Only' flag of properties is not very reliable. There are some read-only properties that you can actually modify, while there are properties that are not defined as read-only, but you'll get an error when trying to modify them. Some properties may behave differently on different versions of Windows operating system. The above issues, as well as other problems you may encounter, are not bugs in the PropertySystemView tool. They are issues of the property system ...
5/5 942 Nov 04, 2020
Nir Sofer
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