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Timestamp resolution The creation timestamp of a file in windows depends on the file system: FAT/VFAT has a maximum resolution of 2s NTFS has a maximum resolution of 100 ns wmic solution You can use wmic to retrieve the file creation date with the maximum precision allowed by the file system. Example: F:\test>wmic datafile where ...


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It sounds like your main concern is to avoid making a mess of your second hard drive and you're looking to the default directory structure of Windows's system drive as an example of how to organise your files neatly. This is not the main purpose of this structure; these directories have a specific meaning in Windows. For example, program files belong in the ...


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I can give you a quick answer for KDE 4.13.3 under Kubuntu 14.04.2 LTS. Search under: System Settings +---> Country/Region & Language +---> Other +---> Byte Size and Unit You can choose among IEC Unit (kiB,MiB,etc) e.g. 2000 bytes = 1.95 KiB JEDEC Unit (kB,MB,etc) e.g. 2000 bytes = 1.95 KiB METRIC Unit ...


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A clever way is demonstrated here: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5180592/showing-ntfs-timestamp-with-100-nsec-granularity It's using VBScript to query WMI's CIM database and return the FILETIME structure associated to a file. There are also open source tools that can inspect a media file's metadata, such as EXIFtool which is geared towards managing ...



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