In Win32 often you'll find time stored in 100-nanosecond intervals since January 1, 1600 UTC. It is stored in a 64-bit value which uses 2 32 bit parts to store the time.
The following script is a function that returns the time in the typical format the python time libraries use (seconds since 1970).
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