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Attribute Manager 5.36

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Attribute Manager - Modify file and folder attributes in an easy way.

Attribute Manager program is a practical tool to take control on file and folder attributes. It enables to modify common file-attributes, such as read-only, hidden, system, encrypted compressed, temporary and date/time parameters, including creation date, last modification and access.

The provided interface is easy to handle; it presents a main window divided into two areas; on the left is located the Tree view panel, where are listed the discs and its folder structure. On the right is listed on a grid the files included on the selected folder.

In addition, the list view offers a report of the included objects, like file name, size, type, attributes, modified, created and last accessed date.

Moreover, the software comes with the template's feature, which enables uses to realize a selection, saving it to reuse in other projects. It can save time and effort, avoiding unnecessary steps on recurring jobs.

Attribute Manager features:
Change all the known attributes of files.
Multiple files and folders processing.
Subfolders processing.
Multiple usage of the templates (import/export).
increment or decrement date and time.
Partial modification date / time.

Attribute Manager 5.36 is licensed as Shareware for the Windows operating system / platform. Attribute Manager is provided as a free to try download for all software users (Shareware).

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