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You've probably felt frustration if you've had to rename multiple files in the past. Operating systems make it possible but not intuitive. Whether you're a webmaster or changing files to work with a new software system in your office, renaming simply comes with the territory. BatchRename Free is one app that promises to make your life easier, allowing you to save a little time by batch renaming files, as the name suggests.
The basic function of BatchRename Free lets you rename files, of course, and add prefixes or suffixes, remove or replace parts of file names and edit capitalization. In fact, many basic rules, like changing case, are built into the program by default. Essentially, it covers every feature you would normally rely on your operating system for, but lets you do it to multiple files at once. So, you remove the date from 50 files or replace a word like "page" with "file."
What's nice about BatchRename Free is that you can perform some dynamic activities. For example, you don't just have to add a single word, you can choose to add dates and times or append a series of numbers to your files, so you know that they're in a group, or use a photo's EXIF data in the new file name. This makes the app just a little smarter than many of the batch renaming utilities on the market.
Adding files it a cinch, too. You can choose a single folder, recurse into that folder or select single files from your system. This is handy if you use the program to edit an MP3 song's IDv3 tags, which is possible with BatchRename Free. Most music programs organize songs into deep directories based on artist and album, but this program doesn't make you stress to rename all those files. If you want to move renamed files to a different folder than the source, that's possible, too.
BatchRename Free is a smart tool that is all the more impressive as freeware. Photographers, Web developers, IT managers and music aficionados are just a few people who may enjoy it.