A simple and easy to use portable application designed to help you quickly change filenames, offering numerous user-defined renaming actions
|Version||7.2 / 188.8.131.52 Beta|
|Updated||June 21 2020|
Denis Kozlov N/A N/A
|Crack Size||3.9 MB|
Portable ReNamer is a Windows tool that can rename multiple files at once based on user-defined rules.
You may not know where to start when you first launch the app, but it’s all just a matter of time and the good thing is that Portable ReNamer has many more things to offer than you’d be tempted to believe.
The multi-panel GUI was created to give you one-click access to both the files to be processed and the defined rules.
Batch renaming is obviously supported and so is drag and drop too, so it should all take just a few seconds once you’re done setting up the renaming rules.
You can for example insert new characters in file names, delete, remove or replace some, change extension, capitalize every word, make all lower or upper case and even strip out content of brackets.
What’s more, Portable ReNamer allows users to save their configuration profiles, so you can quickly import them back whenever you wish to rename a specific batch of files.
Of course, a preview screen is also available, which is more like a simple utility providing a glimpse into how the future file names are supposed to look like based on your settings.
The renaming engine is fast and reliable and that’s indeed a very good thing since it can work on every Windows version out there. It’s portable and this means that users can always copy all its files to a removable drive and use it on the go without prior installation.
Overall, Portable ReNamer is yet another file renaming utility that proves to be very effective. It doesn’t hamper system performance in any way and works smoothly regardless of the Windows version installed on your machine.
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