DOS does not provide any capabilities to change the date of directories orvolume labels, and this is the gap that DirDate fills. DirDate can changeany part of the date and/or time on any disk file, directory or volumelabel, whether it is located in the root directory or a subdirectory. Itcan be used to indicate to search utilities that the contents of adirectory have been updated. DirDate skips altering Windows 95 longfilenames. Any part of the date and/or time can be set to the currentdate/time, or to a specified value. Dates may be set to the same date asthat of a reference file, or to the date of a reference file modified bysubsequent values.



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