I'm working with Windows-10, on an application, who is writing a lot of logfiles (99 to be exact).
I've just done something, which took around one minute, so in order to see what happened I had a look at the logfiles, whose "Last modification date" indicates they have been changed the last minute (as there are so many logfiles, I hoped finding the one logfile who contained the interesting information).
This was not working, because some logfiles are not actually closed by the application, and it seems that, when a file is not released by an application, then the "Last modification date" is not modified, as you can see in attached screenshot:
This behaviour seems to be explained in MSDN blog "URL".
Does anybody have a workaround for this? (Is there another column in Windows Explorer I can use?)
Thanks in advance