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Rixstamp

1 January 1970.

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Rixstamp is a filesystem timestamp editor: it reads and sets the creation, inode changed, last modification, and last access times for your files. Rixstamp is all-new for High Sierra.

Rixstamp is extremely fast: on an old sluggish HDD, it should average 1,500 files per second, meaning that a user home area of 100,000 files gets stamped in about about a minute. Times are of course better still with SSD.

Rixstamp lets you set your own default values for batch runs, and summons up values for the first of the month, the epoch, and the 'rollover', which can be used both on individual operations or in drag-and-drop and recursive runs.

See Also
Xstamp: Carbon Dater

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