SKTimeStamp: add a timestamp tab to file/properties


If you’ve ever found the need to manage your files’ time stamps then you will probably like this free Windows Explorer extension: SKTimeStamp adds a tab in file/properties that displays the file’s timestamps (date created, last modified, and last accessed) and lets you edit them on the spot.

This software also works for batch file timestamp editing.

All you have to do is select a number of files, right-click properties then the TimeStamps tab, and edit the values for all selected files simultaneously.

If you’ve been reading this blog for a while then you might know that I am extremely partial to useful Windows extensions, of which this is a good example. I like this one because:

  • It works really well
  • The tab in file/properties just makes sense
  • It supports both 32 bit and 64 bit Windows versions
  • It works for multiple files in batch
  • It has a handy “touch” button that will reset the “last modified” entry to the current time

The verdict: very nice. If you don’t know what to do with this software or why you need it then skip it, otherwise I recommend it.

Version Tested: 1.3.3

Compatibility: WinAll; 32 bit and 64 bit installers available.

Go to the program home page to download the latest version (approx 268K).