Database Tour Pro 18.104.22.1689 Universal database tool with report builder. Viewing, editing, and printing data; building SQL queries; building reports; sorting and filtering; viewing and printing structure; searching and replacing text; importing and exporting data.
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Description: Rename Us Pro is a batch file renaming tool. It allows to rename or copy multiple files at once.
When renaming or copying, the file names are changed according to the rules user specified in the project. User can add any number of different rules like enumeration, changing case of symbols, adding prefix or suffix, using file date, using MP3 tags etc. The rules are applied consequently in the order, specified in the project.
Before renaming, the list of files can be rearranged manually or automatically by name, date, type, or in random order.
Renaming can be done from command line.
The program is very useful when creating music play lists, picture collections etc.
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