The CD is optional too; you can use
to change to the parent directory,
for the grandparent, and so on.
And since version 21, you don't even need a command; Ctrl-Shift-Up will pop you up one level.
To clarify — if you don't understand it already — TOUCH is fine; it's DIR that's wrong. January 1st we were on Standard Time time; now we're on Daylight Savings Time. DIR's display of timestamps is off by an hour, one way or the other, when you cross DST changes like that.
It would be...
Speaking of which, the times reported by REGDIR /T often look wrong to me:
TCC 22.00.41 x64 Windows 10 [Version 10.0.10240]
TCC Build 41 Windows 10 Build 10240
Registered to VADER
C:\>regdir /t /s1 "hkcu\software\jp software"
2018-04-18 19:00 Take...