Using Cerulean you can manage properties of a file. You can view system defined properties like last modified date,
etag, size, file creation time, file last written time, file last changed on time, NTFS attributes and permissions
etc. of a file.
You can also manage HTTP properties like "cache control", "content encoding", "content language", "content type",
and "content md5" etc. of a file. Using Cerulean you can easily update these properties of a file.
Another useful feature in Cerulean is that you can change these properties of more than one file in bulk without
changing the properties of each file individually. For example, if you want to change "cache control" property of
many files together, you can easily do so with Cerulean by simply selecting the files (and folders) and
then specifying the new property value. Cerulean takes care of the rest for you. The properties you can change in
bulk include file's HTTP properties (cache control, content encoding, content language, content type etc.), NTFS
attributes and file permission.