Although the overwhelming majority of users rarely (if ever at all) need access to file properties, their importance should not be underestimated. Modern operating systems, advanced applications and cloud-based services use file properties to build indexes, group and categorize objects, tag files and perform many other operations that eventually change the way we handle thousands of files on our PC’s. Sometimes, being able to change a single document parameter means being granted access to its contents or being able to perform a specific operation with this file.
File Property Edit is a convenient file property editor that will help you modify such common file parameters as creation and modification time, last accessed time, file read-only, system and hidden statuses, file summary and many more! Photographers will like the support of EXIF tags and music fans will appreciate the program’s ability to mass-edit MP3 ID3 tags. Files can be edited in bulk, and if you noticed a mistake you made in one of the parameters you applied to hundreds of files, you can always use the one-click Undo feature to roll back any change. The Pro version offers a lot more features than the free one, but the latter will give you a good idea about the interface of the program and its remarkable ease of use. System administrators and developers can use File Property Edit to export file properties to XML or CSV files for analysis.
If you are seeking a tool for editing file properties on a regular basis, File Property Edit will be a perfect end-to-end solution for your needs, so don’t miss it and make sure to grab a free copy!
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