I plugged an iPhone into the USB port of my Windows 10 laptop and copied 300+ files into directory “Foo” on my hard drive. I did this with Windows Explorer CopyAll and Paste. The list view of “Foo” shows the actual creation date of each .JPG file (some going back 6 years).
But nothing I’ve tried in either PowerShell or the old CMD window lets me see these same creation dates. All the things I’ve tried show more recent dates (e.g. date of last access, date the files were copied into “Foo” from the iPhone, etc.).
In Windows Explorer, I see the file info under headings
Name Date Type Size
A typical line reads
TPLU8319.JPG 2/9/2014 JPEG image 1,133 KB
Clearly the creation date (e.g. 2/9/2014) resides somewhere on my hard drive, but I don’t see a way to get these dates into text strings that I can manipulate in a script, etc.
I’d appreciate any advice/suggestions. Thanks in advance. Tom