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Batch Rename

Batch Rename v3.0.0.0

Change log:

  • Fixed: Issue where expanding the same directory node multiple times in the directory explorer, results in the same directories appending to the node.
  • Fixed: Issue where the numericupdown controls have a maximum value of 100. The limit is now 65536.
  • Changed: Project is now compiled using Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5.
  • Changed: Major changes to the GUI.
  • Changed: Refactoring of project code.
  • Changed: Renaming of files is now rule based, instead of the static way of renaming files.
  • Changed: All files are now unchecked by default.
  • Changed: Uses user's "Folder Options" settings to view hidden or system files.
  • Changed: Sort is now natural sort instead of alphabet sort. Similar to how Windows Explorer sorts.
  • Changed: The "Up Folder" button now looks like a standard button.
  • Remove: File label edit. Not useful.
  • Remove: The application settings. Had pointless options.
  • Remove: The menu bar. Having toolbars makes the program's options clearer.
  • Remove: Move up and down button for moving file index is removed as there is a drag drop feature.

Batch Rename

Batch Rename is a simple program that can rename multiple files and folders easily.


  • Easy rule system to rename files or folders as it is similar to setting the email rules in Microsoft Outlook.
  • Keep a specified portion of the file's name.
  • Rename multiple files or folders in a folder with a single click.
  • Rename files according to the order shown.
  • Insert a counter into the file's name.
  • Insert or prefix or suffix word(s) into the file's name.
  • Replace word(s) in the file's name with another word.





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