Quote: Originally Posted by Cyborg31
No, I'm talking about the bottom details panel. Like if you open My Computer in Windows Explorer, the bottom details panel tells you USERNAME-PC, Workgroup: WORKGROUP, Processor: Processor Info and clock speed, Memory: Memory Info.
Ah, now I see what you're talking about. For folders, only the modified date is shown, but with Windows Classic Shell, the Create date shows up in the status bar, which is at the bottom.
Are you seeing the status bar? If not, click "View" then make sure "Status Bar" is checked.
I have not been able to figure out how to specify what goes in the details pane. I burned a lot of time and cycles screwing around with registry settings, but couldn't get what I wanted, which was the shortcut comments field. What Classic Shell got me was the contents of the comments field once again showed up in the status bar below the details pane.
It seems that Windows controls which properties are displayed for different types of files. I do see that for shorcuts (.lnk), it does show the create date (which is the create date of the shortcut itself, not the file it's pointing to). It also shows create date for .gif and .tif files.