#1 28 Jul 2020 01:38

From: Victoria, BC
Registered: 17 May 2018
Posts: 12

Command line versus File Explorer Time


I used the copy command without knowing the created time isn't preserved, and so I'm trying to fix a few dates. I noticed that the command line shows a different date and time than File Explorer: the time is one hour earlier in File Explorer. Also, running the command:

tzutil /g

Outputs "Pacific Standard Time", which is incorrect. It is currently Pacific Daylight Time.

Does the dir /tc command not adjust for Daylight Savings Time?

I'm asking because I would like to manually adjust a date (using NirCmd), but if the command line doesn't adjust for daylight time, do I need to enter a different time in order for it to be correct?


Windows 10 Home 64-bit


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