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I frequently need to change the date/time of a set of files. I used to do it with PCTools (MS-DOS version).
Is there a way to do it under Win98?
(I do not want to edit the files, just to change the "last modified date/time". I do not want either to change the clock time of my computer).
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by:cookre
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Here's a DOS command line one:

http://oak.oakland.edu/simtel.net/msdos/fileutil/file_td5.zip


And here's a nifty shell extension (right click on the file in Explorer and an Edit Date option appears in the context menu!)

http://oak.oakland.edu/simtel.net/win95/fileutl/date200.zip
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gsoldado earned 150 total points
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Download Set File Date from
http://no-nonsense-software.com/

ut's freeware
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by:YGM
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Thanks!
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