Tired of renaming your files by hand? The easy-to-use wizard makes the busy-work that invariably comes with downloading and managing files disappear! Batch Rename .EXE is the most versatile and powerful renaming tool available.
Version: 126.96.36.199Tired of renaming your files by hand? The easy-to-use Batch Rename .EXE wizard from SoftTech InterCorp makes the busy-work that invariably comes with downloading and managing files disappear!
License: Free To Try $26.95
Operating System: Windows
Batch Rename .EXE is the most versatile and powerful renaming tool available.
File Selection:Easily add files to rename and arrange them in the order you want. Add entire folders and their sub-folders with ease.
Don't waste time renaming files folder by folder, with Batch Rename .EXE you can rename thousands of files from across thousands of folders in a single process.
View thumbnails of images as well as any meta information in the details panel.
This includes all tag information for Music files (ID3 Tags), Document Files (PDF, DOCX), Photo Files (EXIF) and many more.
Note: Batch Rename .EXE is also integrated with Windows Explorer, and your desktop, simply right click on the files or folders you wish to rename, and select 'Rename with Batch Rename .EXE; it's that easy.
Powerful Renaming by Fields:Use an extensive array of filename filters to ensure that your files are labeled and organized exactly how you want them.
Use filters to add information (Prefixes, and Suffixes), remove spaces, change capitalization and more.
Batch Rename .EXE provides you with comprehensive labeling solution.
You're not limited to only modifying the filename either, use a simple '' to create folders to help further organize multiple files.
Rename your MP3 and WMA music files with ease using ID3 Tag reading support. You can also rename photos by adding the date they were taken (EXIF Tag Info). Rename documents by their author.
The possibilities are endless.
Review and Rename:Finally, use the wizard to virtually review your filename corrections before renaming them.