Modes of Operation
|•||Any date - Selecting this option means that file dates will not be considered during searching.|
|•||Within - A handy set of built-in "calculated" date range presets (such as "within this week", "within this month", etc.).|
|•||In the last - Allows users to find objects modified, created, or accessed in the last N minutes, hours, days, months, or years.|
|•||Between - Allows you to enter the exact start and end dates against which file dates are tested.|
If anything other than "any date" is selected, the date type and match mode drop-down boxes will become enabled.
|•||Date type - Can be set to "modified", "created" or "accessed". Most (but not all) file system objects carry all three date/time stamps, and this option allows you to specify which should be used during the search process.|
|•||Match mode - "Matches" will return any file system objects that match the date/time criteria provided. "Not Matches" mode will return any file system object that does not meet these criteria.|