SetFileTime is a utility capable of modifying file times. It is available as a command line application that can be used from a console as well as a shell extension integrating into Windows Explorer.
It has been tested on Windows XP as well as Windows Vista, however I don't see any reason why it shouldn't work on a fully patched Windows 2000 or Windows NT 4.0.
If anyone runs such legacy system any feedback is welcome.
The native x64 version has been tested on Windows XP as well as Windows Vista suppporting the AMD64 CPU architecture.
It might be used in e.g. build systems to set the file times (creation time, last access time, last write time) of the files contained in a release to specified values.
As a screenshot speaks louder than words here's a visual impression of SetFileTime (console as well as shell extension).
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