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Group Files Rename 1.1

An easy to use tool to perform renaming of a group of files.


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  • Last Updated: Apr 21, 2008
  • License: Shareware $9.95
  • OS: Windows XP/2000
  • Requirements: .NET Framework 1.1 or higher

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Group Files Rename is a System Utilities software developed by Advanceth. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Group Files Rename:

Edit by Brothersoft: Group Files Rename is an easy to use tool to perform renaming of a group of files. Sometimes, you need to rename a group of files which may be 10 files, 100 files or even 1000 files. Without Group Files Rename, you need to rename the files one by one which is a very tedious job and waste your precious time. With Group Files Rename, it can be done in a minute time. The price of Group Files Rename is just US$9.95.
The operation of Group Files Rename is simple. First is select you folder, then add a filter (for e.g. *.*), then select the renaming method, press the Preview button and then press the Execute button.

There are 15 renaming methods covering most of you need. For each of the method, there is an example helping you to fill in. Renaming methods include:

1. Replace word
2. Replace specified characters
3. Replace last characters
4. Replace extension
5. Insert word
6. Insert word at the end
7. Delete specified characters
8. Delete characters at the end
9. Truncate filename
10. Convert to upper case
11. Convert to lower case
12. Add date
13. Add date to the end
14. Add serial number
15. Add serial number to the end
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