The Properties menu reveals plenty of information about all kinds of files, including file size and type and the date and time that the file was created, modified, and accessed. Occasionally this information contains errors; we've had files that we've moved from one machine to another that have somehow ended up with their creation dates years off. Other times, this information needs to be edited for slightly questionable purposes. Perhaps you have to turn in a report electronically and you'd prefer that your boss or instructor not know that you started it the day before it was due. Whatever your reasons, Moo0 TimeStamp provides an easy way to edit this information.
The program's interface is plain, with three screens that can be accessed via a drop-down menu. The first, View and Copy, lets users view time stamp information and copy it to the clipboard. View and Edit lets users edit individual portions of the time stamp information, either manually or by synchronizing the Created, Modified, and Accessed time stamps with one another. Users can also offset the time stamps in increments of days, hours, minutes, or seconds, or by time zone. A batch processing screen lets users edit the time stamps of multiple files at once. The program loses points for not having a Help file, although it's pretty easy to figure out for the most part. Overall, Moo0 TimeStamp is nothing fancy, but it is a quick and effective way to edit time stamp information.
Moo0 TimeStamp installs politely but leaves a Start Menu icon and a folder behind upon removal. We recommend this program to all users.
Moo0 TimeStamp lets you modify timestamp of files. Using this software, you can modify created, modified and accessed time of single or multiple files through setting specific time, by offset, or time zone setting. If you participate in open source projects over sea, or simply want to fake timestamp of some files.
What's new in this version:
Version 1.15 has improved installer so that the message like "This program might not have installed correctly" won't be shown on Windows 7 and 8.