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Windows 7: Last modified file in folder and all subfolders

08 Sep 2016   #1

Windows 7 x64
Last modified file in folder and all subfolders

I've seen that if I modify something that is in the parent folder, the 'date modified' of the parent folder will change. But if I modify something that is inside a directory inside the parent folder, the 'date modified' of the parent folder won't change.
Knowing this, is it possible to find the latest 'date modified' in a whole directory (including all of its subdirectories?)

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