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Giveaway of 1-abc.net File Renamer – Rename files easily

Posted In Utilities - By Techtiplib on Wednesday, July 9th, 2014 With No Comments »

1-abc.net File Renamer is the powerful Windows tool that allows you rename files easily. Just add as many files as you want to a file list, then change the file positions if required and define how file names should look like.

To rename files, you can decide by your own if the new file names include today’s date and time, file creation date and time, numbers, the original file name, customized text or what ever you think. A preview feature allows you to see the final file names as they will be after renaming, and if you are satisfied with this, it’s just one click to change all these names automatically!

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Features:

  • Very easy-to-use interface
  • Program can also read from and write to SD cards, USB sticks, external drives etc.
  • Add as many files and folders as you want to rename
  • Change the file order
  • Define how the new file names will look like concerning file date, numbers, customized text and so on
  • Decide by your own how date and time in file names should be formatted
  • Switch between different types of file dates (creation, last access, last changes)
  • Open and save renaming projects for later use
  • Sort your file list before renaming after file date, file size, file name or file path
  • Backup unmodified files before renaming
  • Log all your renaming activity with the history file feature
  • Program can also be installed on USB sticks, floppy disks or nearly all other re-writable media
  • Very low system resources required

System requirement: Windows® XP / Vista / 7 / 8

Visit the giveaway page to get free 1-abc.net File Renamer

This is a useful tool for you to multiple rename files at once time, if you want to perform without using software, you can read the article: How to Batch Rename Files in Windows: 4 Ways to Rename Multiple Files.

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