Customizing Windows file properties Tags: Configuration Windows 7 Last response: November 12, 2012 4:13 PM in Windows 7 Share festival November 12, 2012 3:23:26 PM Is it possible to supress the time/date stamp on generic windows file properties? Specifically created, modified and accessed dates. thanks More about : customizing windows file properties alexoiu a b $ Windows 7 November 12, 2012 4:13:34 PM Try editing the file with a HEX Editor. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources So i installed windows 8.1 Pro and when i click at a folder or a file properties the windows stuck and i cant do nothing How t Forum SolvedFile Properties/Summary for window 8 Forum Weird Windows 8 File Properties Display Forum Windows 7 no advanced button on file properties Forum Introducing custom file properties?? Forum File properties in Details view - Windows Explorer. Forum Disappearing files after properties edit in windows 7 Forum Solvedcannot delete program file that is not full or write protected even after unchecking read only in properties Forum SolvedC drive total files and folders (including hidden) used doesn't match with c drive data used on c drive properties Forum explorer.exe crashes when trying to view the Properties of "Computer" (Windows 7) Forum Windows 7 doesn't have any Speaker enhancements in properties. Forum Solvedwhy all the icon on window 7 is not opening when i left click, but its showing properties Forum 64bit os in properties, but program files x86 Forum How to unlock file properties on win xp Forum Launchanywhere properties file missing Forum Not able to open properties for any file in vista Forum Launchanywhere properties file missing Forum file-properties-summary Forum Ext HDD ‘Properties’ is indicating 400gb more used space than is actually being used according to a manual check using Windows Forum 3.99 GB instead 4Gb showing in properties of computer in windows Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !