I’ve produced a series of documents for work relating to internal policy, health and safety, and all that jazz. It’s only a little thing, but to make them just that bit more professional, I’d like to give the files all the same date and time. I know Microsoft often does this with the files in software releases. How’s it done, though? I can see no way to edit a file’s date and time within Windows.
There’s no way to do it directly within Windows, but all you need is a nifty little utility called BulkFileChanger. It’s from a very clever chap named Nir Sofer, and you’ll find it at goo.gl/OH3yQl (check out some of his other utilities too). It’ll let you change the created, modified, and accessed details, and you can also alter attributes (read-only, hidden, and so on) – either on a single file or in bulk. I won’t bother to give instructions, John, as the program’s simplicity itself to use.