I need to get a list of every file in a directory, 500,000 is the biggest directory.
I found the batch file I can run listed below. How would I modify it to show the last access date or the modify date? I don't mind running it twice I'm just not sure how to change the ~tI part to do what I need.
Also, is it possible to run something like this that lists the file name separate from the full path? like c:\test\temp\ file.txt
I really need to run it both ways, file name separate and full path altogether.
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