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This is a discussion on Last Time Accessed is being mean to me. ( T_T) within the Windows XP Support forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category. Okay, sorry. Anyway, probably a really stupid and easily resolved problem, but whenever I access a file by right-clicking->Properties, the


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Old 06-24-2008, 05:37 PM   #1
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Okay, sorry. Anyway, probably a really stupid and easily resolved problem, but whenever I access a file by right-clicking->Properties, the "Accessed" entry always reads "One second ago. (as in it's [6/24/08 17:37:27], then "Accessed" will read [6/24/08 17:37:26])"
Yeah, thanks genius.
Anyway, I'm wondering how I can view the last time a file was accessed, excluding when I access the file to figure it out? Thanks...and sorry about asking a stupid question...
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Old 06-25-2008, 03:50 PM   #2
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When Exploring the folder in question, makes ure you are using the Details view. If you do not see a column heading for Date Modified, right-click on that column line and check Dat Modified.

What file are you worried about?
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Well, thank you for the reply, but I'm worried about Date Accessed, not Date Modified. It's sort of just to see whether or not anyone else has been looking through my files (I share this computer with a few others.) The contents of those files will not be disclosed here though.

Still, surely I'm not the only one with this problem...?
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Do the same thing I suggested again and select More Details....in that list is a checkbox for adding Date Accessed to the Details view.
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Ugh. Thank you ...I need to stop being so unsmart
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