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Linux File Renamer Utility to Rename Files in Bulk

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Works With Distributions
  • Debian
  • Ubuntu
Earliest Compatible Linux Kernel
3.2.0
Specifications
The File Renamer Allows Users to Rename Files from Multiple Directories and Sub Directories easily and Quickly. Text String can be Added as Prefix or Suffix to the File Name. String Replacements in File Name are also supported. Files / Folders can be dragged onto the Application Window to List them in the File Renamer.
Book Description
This File Renamer provides and easy to understand and use Graphical User Interface to assist in renaming multiple files. Before actually changing the file names, a list displays the current file name and the new file name as affected by the file rename parameters. The Complete File Path can be viewed by clicking on any of the list record.
Tips to Use
Drag a Folder Containing Files to be Renamed onto the Application Window. Enter the File Renaming Parameters. Carefully preview the new file names. Click on the Rename Files Now Button to Rename all the Files.
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