Most users rarely view file or folder renaming as a problem — after all, it-s usually a matter of a few mouse clicks. However, if your daily work involves serious file and folder management, operations with thousands of files and folders, including their sorting, structuring and archiving, you simply won-t be able to stay efficient without a special tool like Rename Expert.
Rename Expert is an ultimately powerful tool for bulk file and folder renaming with tons of handy additional features. The primary function of the software is to help you turn folders full of files with meaninglessly named files into well-structured and easy-to-navigate locations on your hard drive or on the local network. This is achieved through the use of file metadata, including ID3, Exif and IPTC. The program also enables you to mass-rename files using custom masks and patterns that are fully configurable. Names of files can be generated automatically, randomly (fully and partially), according to a set template, according to file contents and even imported from an Excel files, can be complemented with a checksum value of their content, shortened and a lot more — you have complete freedom in this respect! If you need file and folder numbering instead of renaming, Rename Expert will help you do that as well. Which is more, the program also supports simultaneous renaming and moving, which will help you easily turn a folder full of files of many types into a set of properly organized subfolders with content properly sorted by specific criteria.
Rename Expert is a lot more than just a renaming tool. It-s a multifunctional file management solution with an emphasis on renaming and a bunch of powerful features that will help you manage your files with a level of efficiency you never thought possible!
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