Here’s how you can rename multiple files/folders at the same time. When you have a lot of files and folders in your disk and need to rename all of them to a consistent text style (UPPERCASE, lowercase etc.). Or when you need to add a phrase to the beginning/ending or to a special location. Or when you need to change a phrase to another and set order number for the filenames. This software provides you with the solution. All these can be done with just a few steps. All you need is to choose the folder path, a function and then click on the Rename button (See our demo).
Let me introduce a little bit about the functions:
i) With the common tab you can change the text style to uppercase/lowercase or to uppercase for each beginning character. You can also change the extension, remove blank spaces.
ii) With Add or Remove tab you can add or remove a word or phrase to a file name.
iii) With the Replace tab you can replace a word/phrase with another word/phrase. You can also rename files by the list that you word before.
iv) The Numeric tab has many settings to allow you to add or remove order number to filenames. Change filenames to either number only or text only.
v) In the other setting section you can choose all subfolders by checking 'Include subfolder'. You can choose only rename folder by checking 'Don’t change file name' or you can only rename file by checking 'Don’t change folder name'. Lastly, you can also remove special characters from the filenames.