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You can use the MS Robocopy utility. Robocopy is an advanced utility which is in-built in Windows 7 and can preserve folder attributes such as timestamps while copying files. However, since it is a command line tool, it may not be easy to work with, so you can download the MS Robocopy GUI.
That download contains the full index of commands for reference. You may see these 2 threads also.
Microsoft Robocopy GUI For Windows Robocopy
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