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prevent Win95 from changing date of incomming file

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How do I tell Win95 not to change the date of an incomming file?  For example, all of the files that I download from the web end up with the a current date and time.  I would like for the files to retain their correct creation and modification dates.  Also I would like to turn off the Accessed feature?
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As far as 95 is concerned the file was created on the date you downloaded it, as it was re-assembled from either FTP or HTTP packets. So you can't (sorry)
And I don't know if it is possible to turn off the last accessed feature. (I don't think so). I will try to find out but don't expect any results.
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