I don’t remember when I first started using D-File Mu, but it is an invaluable tool for me. I use it all the time and I recommend it to anyone. It may take a little getting used to, but it’s not too complicated and works very well. In this guide, you’ll learn how to set rules and batch rename your files without going near the command prompt.
D-File MU Performs the following changes:
- Adding strings to the beginning and end of the filenames
- Deleting specified number of characters from beginning or end of the filenames
- Adding numbers in sequence to the beginning or end of the filenames
- Changing to upper or lowercase
- Adding or removing the read only(+r) or hidden(+h) or archive(+a) file attributes
- Replacing strings with specified string
- Changing the file extension of filenames
- Capitalizing words
- and more…
Screenshot of D-FileMU
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