I think we all have been there. You have hundreds or maybe thousands of pictures taken with a digital camera on your hard drive and decide to start organize them with better describing filenames than the default names that the camera have given the pictures. It is not a very fun task and it seems like a never ending story. Have you been there? Did you renamed all the files manually or did you quit the task?
With Bulk Rename Utility renaming files are fast and easy
Bulk Rename Utility is a small free application that can help you to rename multiple files fast and simple. You select the files you want to rename and enter what characters you want to replace/remove/add to the files. You can also auto add dates and numbers to the files to make sure that all file names are unique (You can’t have 2 files with identical filenames in the same folder in Windows). You can see both the original name and New Name of the files as you change the prefix, suffix and numbering schema for the rename process. When it all is the way you want it you hit the rename button and the files are getting renamed. When I first started the program and saw the user interface it seemed a bit complex and difficult to use, but as I started to change the different options it actually was pretty simple. I think that you should check it out yourself and let me know what you think about it.
System Requirements of Bulk Rename Utility:
- Windows 7
- Windows Vista
- Windows XP
- Windows Server 2008
- Windows Server 2003
- Windows 2000/NT, 98, Me
Download Bulk Rename Utility (Available in both 32 & 64 bit editions)
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