New utility to change the time/date/attributes of multiple files

Around 8 years ago, I released a utility named 'FileDate Changer', which allowed the users to modify the date and time of every file in Windows operating system.  However, this utility has not been updated for very long time and it doesn't fit the current NirSoft standards.

A new utility named BulkFileChanger is a replacement for my old 'FileDate Changer' utility. BulkFileChanger also provides more features than the old tool, including the ability to change the date or time separately (For example, you can set the file time as 09:12:15, but without changing the existing date), add or subtract seconds/minutes/hours/days from the existing file time, change file attributes, and the ability to add files by path and wildcard.

It's possible that more useful features, like renaming multiple files, will be added in the future versions of BulkFileChanger.

BulkFileChanger

BulkFileChanger

6 Responses to “New utility to change the time/date/attributes of multiple files”

  1. bonarez Says:

    I've used lupasrename for renaming multiple files, highly configurable and powerful, but it does not have attribute and timestamp modification, definitely going in my toolchain!

    cheers!

  2. Mark Says:

    Waiting for the inclusion in NirLauncher. Thanks!

  3. GoodThings2Life Says:

    Huge fan of your utilities, and I would definitely look forward to the inclusion of multiple rename in BulkFileChanger.

  4. hellwich Says:

    Just a suggestion: Could you make it possible to change time/date/attributes on folders too? (instead of just files).

    Keep up the good work!

  5. David Says:

    I found a glitch in your utility. When you change a date, it has to be at least 1980. I want to change the date stamp on some scanned photos so they will order correctly in iTunes. Many of the photos were originally in the 1950s, and this utility leaves a blank date when I try to stamp it to such a year.

  6. NirSoft Says:

    David, it's not a glitch, it's a limitation of Windows file system.

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