Microsoft Windows is a file management system that has been around since 1985, so you’d think by now it would have a very robust batch processing feature set, but it doesn’t. That’s where File Renamer Basic comes in handy: rename, copy and move multiple files, photos or folders at once. Large buttons, a Ribbon toolbar and extensive Help menu make Renamer Basic an easy, useful addition to Windows.
File Renamer Basic for Windows can not only rename, copy and move most files and folders, but it can also scan thumbnails, filter files by extension and edit prefixes, suffixes and other file elements like EXIF data and ID3 tags. Its rich feature set is kept under control with a modern Microsoft Office-style Ribbon toolbar, Windows Explorer-style tree file browser, and large Preview, Apply and Undo buttons.
Related tools and settings are grouped together for intuitive, fast work. You can select or filter files using prefixes, suffixes, separators, unique parameters, and extensions. You can completely rename files or edit parts of the file name using insert and remove features: including adding to the front of the name, to the end, or inserting in the middle.
The Ribbon menu includes a Copy/Move tab, Delete/Insert/Remove tab, Find/Replace tab, and Advanced tab. The Help menu has a full manual and a user forum. File Renamer also lets you create and save profiles so that you can easily perform recurring moving and renaming tasks.
File Renamer Basic (by Sherrod Computers) is a free utility that has a Microsoft Office-style Ribbon toolbar to keep its many features and functions nice and tidy.