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Windows command line utility that will increase the date modified/created of a file to "current time + 1 day"?

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I have used utilities like touch.exe and FileTouch.exe that can set a file's date modified/created to the current system time.  But what I want is to set a file's date modified/created to one day later than the current system time.  Could anyone write a batch file that would do this, using touch.exe or whatever?  Or any other way, like PowerShell?

Thanks.
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