I'm hoping this can be handled with some PowerShell tricks.
I have a directory on my work machine (Windows XP) containing tons of PDFs, some of which I've annotated and resaved. I'd like to be able to identify the ones I've annotated using the following simple heuristic: find files where the modified date is more recent than the created date. I don't just want to sort by date modified, because many unannotated, but recently added, PDFs will clutter the list.
Also, sometimes immediately after saving I do some quick edit to the file which touches its modified date, but not in a meaningful way. So, if I were able to only ID the files where modified date is more than 1 day later than the created date, I'd be set. Any ideas for the command to use, and should I be doing this in powershell?