Windows 10: Ideas for preserving time stamps of backed-up files?
Ideas for preserving time stamps of backed-up files?
So, one of my primary backup solutions is CrashPlan, but it doesn't preserve the creation times or files after you restore them. Does anyone have any ideas in regard to software that could possibly back up time stamps in a separate database, which you could then apply to restored files?
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