Batch FileName Editor
Batch FileName Editor is an advanced Windows application developed to batch rename files, providing multiple dedicated features to enhance the whole experience.
Using Batch FileName Editor you can easily remove, replace or insert special strings in any file name, all with the help of a very clean and user-friendly GUI.
The interface groups all essential tools in just one screen and prompts users to select the files and folders to be processed from the very beginning. The main window shows file name, modification date, size and type for each displayed item.
The top of the window is being used to provide access to the main features of the app, so you can remove or replace characters, insert new ones, change some, modify extensions or simply save a file list to text.
Once you start any of these task, Batch FileName Editor launches a whole new configuration screen that lets you adjust multiple parameters concerning the modifications you wish to perform. For example, if you're trying to remove some characters, you can either delete a string or a part, keep a part or clear symbols.
A preview screen is also available, showing both the old file names and the new file names in a very clean layout.
What's more, Batch FileName Editor comes with shell integration too, which means that you can simply select the files you want to process in Windows Explorer and start a renaming just by right-clicking them.
All things considered, Batch FileName Editor is indeed a handy piece of software that has a bit of everything. It's user-friendly and fast, it doesn't affect system performance in any way and comes with plenty of configuration options for each supported action.