Windows will not do this itself and there's no way to "make" it. You might
find some utility via Google or Bing that will set the date of the folder to
the newest content within it but I rather doubt it.
"Adam Johnson" <no.spam@newsgroup> wrote in message
> How can I look at the top level folder date modified, I can tell any item
> inside all the sub-folder was updated or created? So the top level folder
> 'date modified' is the latest date.
> Current, in Windows, even the inside sub-folder is updated, the top level
> folder date is not changed.
> How do I make the top folder's Date Modified reflect the latest modified
> dates of any items inside the sub-folder?
> That is if any inside item inside multiple levels of sub-folder is
> modified and updated, how can I make the Date Modified updated for all the
> upper levels folders, or just the top level folder?