DOS command help?

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  1. The1Ash10

    The1Ash10 Active Member

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    I can't remember what it is, but I know there is a command will present a list of all directories, and files within those directories, as well as their last modified date.

    Any idea what it is? I've been looking around, but can't find it yet.
     
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    dir?
    tree /f?
     
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    That is more like the format that I want, but I don't suppose there is a way to get that info for the whole drive...
     
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    dir c:\ /s = whole drive
    or tree c:\ /f

    tree doesn't show modified dates though
     
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    just dir displays data of the folder you're in. You add the path you want it to use by adding the C:\ or D:\Folder_Name, etc. The /s is to include subfolders.
     
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    email me tomorrow if you still need help with this.
     

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