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Funduc Software Touch is a 'touch' utility that allows you to change the time/date
&/or attribute stamps on one or more files. In
addition, FS Touch can add/subtract a specified
number of seconds from the existing file time. You can
specify which file(s) and/or subdirectories to change via 'complex file
masks'. The program can be run from interactively
or the command line. New to version 7.2 is a command line switch to
change file modified time stamp +/- the specified number
FS Touch runs on Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 & Windows 10. Separate 32-bit and x64 versions are available. The program is distributed as freeware. See License Statements for the EULA agreement for
FS Touch is intended for 'standard', standalone disk drives and is compatible with mose USB and network drives using a standard windows network connection.
Be sure to see usage notes below before using the program!
FS Touch Main Window
Additional screen shots of the program dialogs are available ...
The program GUI uses a date/time syntax matching the settings of your computer.
The command line always uses a "YYYY-MM-DD" and "HH:MM:SS" (24 hour time) syntax.
Back up your files before using the program for the first time.
The program F1 Hlp has additional usage guidelines. Be sure to read them before using the program.
It is up to the user to know what files on either a local or network drive are safe
to modify!! For example, changing file dates on file(s) directly related to your operating system or
the operating system of a network drive may cause problems for your computer. If you are not sure of what you are doing do not proceed!
FS Touch not intended for use on large NAS drive arrays in a server-based environment.
Care should be taken when modifying files on multi-platter NAS RAID drive arrays. The program has no logic whatsoever to identify RAID drive priorities and has no
special knowledge of vendor specific storage manager software or network drivers. If you have files you must modify on a NAS RAID array consider temporarily copying them to a local
standalone drive, using FS Touch, and copying them back to the NAS device afterward.
Test carefully when modifying files on single-drive home/consumer-oriented NAS devices.
In 'mirror / auto-backup'
situations never modify the backup/secondary files, only deal with the primary
drive being 'mirrored'.
Care is advised when using the program to modify
file stamps on storage cards used in devices that expect
might fixed file dates on 'system' related files (eg. cameras, music players, etc).
Backup first when changing files on such media.
Never use FS Touch to modify
file dates on smart phones or memory cards used in smart phones.