Rename multiple files with just a few clicks. Rename multiple files at the same time by specifying renaming rules with using the original name, extension, custom text, and numbering. To begin a task, you can add as many files as you want to the list.
Version: 1.3If you like to organize every bit of information on your computer, you must be interested in a software application that's capable of renaming multiple files at the same time.
License: Free To Try $9.99
Operating System: Windows
It significantly speeds up things, compared to manually changing the name of one file at once.
Rename Multiple Files is a tiny tool that is designed with ease of use in mind. It can rename multiple files in bulk.
It also has intuitive renaming settings that you can tailor to your preferences, such as automatic incrementation. Rename many files in batch mode. To begin a task, you can add as many files as you want to the list. Add custom text and auto incrementation to the new filenames.
The list shows the full path to each file, along with the new name, which makes sense only after the renaming job is complete. As far as file renaming rules are concerned, you can include the original file name, extension or both, add custom text, and insert numbers with auto incrementation.
The format of the new file name can have any combination and order of these fields.
Version 1.3: Illegal chars are forbidden in filenames because of Windows limitation. Fixed rule update bug for up, down, top and bottom buttons.
Version 1.2: Implemented file list load and save. Added upper case, lower case, proper case and sentence case support. Improved UI.
Version 1.1: Drag and drop for folders is supported. Improved UI and UX.