Batch Rename .EXE
Batch Rename .EXE is an intuitive piece of software that allows you to rename multiple files at the same time, based on a set of rules that you can define.
It primarily addresses users with less or no experience in software apps, since it doesn't integrate a wide range of configuration settings.
The interface of the application is clean and simple to work with. Items can be loaded into the working environment by using either the file browser, tree view or "drag and drop" method.
Only a few simple steps are required to carry out a task in no time. As far as renaming options go, you can specify a custom rule for the file name structure, insert additional template fields if necessary, as well as replace or remove text.
Several formatting options are available through this tool when it comes to maintaining the original extension, text manipulation (e.g. modify the case, remove part of text), text information (e.g. part by divider) and number manipulation (e.g. to letter). Before initializing the procedure, you can preview the new file names.
Batch Rename .EXE uses a moderate quantity of CPU and system memory, has a good response time and finishes tasks quickly, without hanging, crashing or popping up error dialogs; we haven't come across any problems throughout our evaluation. Thanks to its intuitive layout and overall simplicity, Batch Rename .EXE should satisfy the entire audience.