Looking for a tool to change a file's modified date which works from inside File Explorer context menu. I am aware of external tools like BulkFileChanger but I want to right click on a file and make the change.
This one is freeware, and will change what you need plus various attributes that users don't normally have access to:
I know its probably too late to answer this, but apparently this http://stefanstools.sourceforge.net/SKTimeStamp.html does exactly what OP wanted:
Available for x86 and x64 Windows systems.
You can change the create date from the command line. You must first change the system clock date, then open a command prompt window at the current working directory, and issue the command:
This uses the concatenation directive with the binary (/b) switch, basically copying the file to itself and incidentally setting the create date of the "new" file to the current system clock.
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