Simultaneously renaming multiple files
The software can rename a large number of files at once, and it supports any type of file, since it only changes their names. The files are listed in the program’s interface on three columns: the original names, the new titles, as well as their path.
The newly renamed files take the place of the old ones, which is why they are saved at the same location as the input documents.
You can convert a filename to lowercase or uppercase lettering, but you can also add or remove characters or numbers. Thus, you can type in the letters or words you wish to add as prefixes or suffixes. Alternatively, you can add incremental numbers either at the beginning or at the ending of the filenames.
You may also remove selective characters from filenames, or replace certain letter strings with custom supported characters. This is useful, for instance, when you upload tens of photos from your camera and you wish to change the default names given to the files.
Similarly, you can rename a succession of files, so that they can be rendered automatically in the desired order, or if you wish to share official company files that need to feature a specific name. It can also be useful when you download many files in one day and you wish to add the date to their titles, in order to easily find them.
FMS File Rename is a lightweight application capable of performing batch file renaming and helping you save time. The software cannot replace the entire name of files, but it can add letters or numbers as prefixes and suffixes, remove or replace selective characters from the filenames.
FMS File Rename is a self-explanatory software utility that enables you to convert a list of filenames to uppercase or lowercase.
You can swiftly change the names of certain files by adding or removing prefixes, suffixes, serial numbers, timestamps and symbols. Additionally, you can move and copy characters at the beginning or at the end of your filename, as well as replace words.