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Batch file date change

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I have several hundred digital photos that have the wrong date associated with them. When the pictures were taken on vacation over the course of two weeks, the camera date/time was 12 hours behind what it should have been. I would like to do a batch process where the dates on all the photos are increased 12 hours. I am referring to the EXIF date. It shows up in windows explorer under the "Date Taken" column (not file date, or date modified, date created, etc.).

Is there a software that can do this? Preferrably a free one?
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this website suggests using exifer
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