is a utility to batch-change the creation and/or modification date of files and folders. BatchTouch provides an easy-to-use way to change the creation and/or modification date of multiple files and folders all at once. It offers enough flexibility to the user to choose which type of items to change, whether or not to process the contents of folders, and whether to change the creation date, the modification date, or both. Furthermore, it is possible to change just the time, just the date, or both. It is possible to apply both absolute values as well as offsets to both date and time. I.e. it is possible to add/subtract a specified number of days, hours, minutes or seconds to/from the creation and modification date of any item.
Note: While the software is classified as free, it is actually donationware. Please consider making a donation to help support development.
What's new in BatchTouch
Added menu items and buttons to add files and folders to the file list.
Added error logging.
Added special function for sequential modification dates.
Added proxy settings to preferences (for update checks).
Added check for development updates.
BatchTouch will now save default settings to the application data directory, regardless of where BatchTouch is installed. These locations are as follows Mac: /Users/UserName/Library/Application/BatchTouch/ Win:
UsersUserNameAppDataRoamingBatchTouch However, a default.bts file placed in the same location as the BatchTouch executable will take precedence over the one in the application data location.
Default is now 64-bit for all platforms
[Mac] Disabled splash window for macOS Sierra and newer
Enabled column sorting for file list.
Added code to clear the read-only flag before changing file dates. If the read-flag of a file was set prior to changing the dates, it will be set again.
Added support for HiDPI displays
Added support for dark mode on platforms that support it (e.g. macOS Mojave).
Bug fixes and stability imrpovements:
Fixed bug that would incorrectly set the sign of the time offset when the value in saved settings is 0.
Various bug fixes as well as stability and performance improvements under the hood.
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