My file and folder timestamps are showing the wrong time

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  1. bro67's Avatar
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    Mac OS Catalina

    This explains about "Filetime" structure. FILETIME structure (Windows) This would have to be used by the creator of the software to make the filetime reflect systemtime. FileTimeToSystemTime function (Windows) Some more help info. News, Tips, and Advice for Technology Professionals - TechRepublic
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  2. Posts : 41
    Windows 7
    Thread Starter

    Thanks for the explanations, bro67 and everyone else. :)

    I have been looking into this and it's a thorny issue indeed, for everyone, whether you use FAT32, NTFS, UDF, local time vs UTC and whatever, and the pain of DST. I was really inquiring if anything could be done, just because I am fussy about using specific timestamps (and I don't like odd numbers). However, nothing I do on the computer is time-critical or in any way remotely time-dependent, so that's why I set all my files and folders to that timestamp in the first place. I create ISO images of these files and folders, and the only indication of the true date is the title for the ISO image.

    Thanks again, it is much appreciated. :)
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