Selecting good file names is one of the basic ways to becoming organized with your own computer. It doesnt matter, which software or «by-hand» methods youll use to «always know what is where» none of those methods will work if in your folder youve got blah1.doc, blah2.doc and blah3.doc and have no idea whats inside those files. Unfortunately, Windows Explorer itself features very poor renaming capabilities: all you can do with it is to just rename files one-by-one by entering the new names from keyboard. But what if you select a group of files, right-click on them and have magic Rename-It! item on the menu? Let me show.
Suppose youve installed Rename-It! software. Now, as Ive told, you have «Rename-It!» right on your Windows Explorer menus. When you click on it, youll see a handy renaming dialog, with all the files you have selected. Now, you can add any number of «filters» in other words, rules, by which some files will be selected and their names will be changed. Those filters allow wildcards and regular expressions, partial file names or completely replacing strings with automatic counters. In addition, there are several advanced filters like «change case», «crop filename» and even ID3-tag (mp3 files info)based one. Before the actual renaming, you can preview the results and edit some of them by hand.
Rename Expert 4.1.0 With Rename Expert, renaming files and folders is especially easy, particularly for large collections of photos, pictures and music files. For instance you can use the photo taken
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