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How do I check when a file was accessed last?


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Hi there,

Is there anyway to find out what time and date a file was last accessed?

It shows last modified and created but not accessed...

Is there a facility in OSX or some external software for this?

thanks a ton!
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If you go into finder and type in the file you are after, find it right click and then info.

Once in the info window under general where the last modified and created is, there is a triangle with more info. click the triangle to extend it and you will see when it was last opened..

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Yes it was modified on the same day but as you can see its says opened as well.


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