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    So, I just noticed something weird. I was editing some music files using a program called GoldWave and I noticed it was saving there with a time stamp 1 hour ahead of my current time. Unsure if it was an application thing, I opened MS Word and saved a test document to the same folder … which saved at the correct time but, as I was closing it I noticed that, although it did, the temporary file word creates whilst ma document is open, also had the 1-hour advanced time. To my mind this confirms that it is somehow a Windows system thing rather than application.

    Any idea why this might be?



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