Renaming files one at a time is yet another time-consuming task that can be easily substituted by the Multiple File Renaming system. Under this system the files can be renamed in a batch which is much more convenient. The built-in integrants that Windows XP boasts of allows you to rename multiple files in pre-determined batches. These features are basic and uncomplicated in constitution. Windows XP facilitate easy and mass renaming of files with the simple use of the Explorer. The F2 key also plays a role in this simple two-step process; pressing F2 along with 'Enter' does the job.
Renaming numerous files one by one can be tedious and time consuming. The effort required for this task can be reduced by renaming multiple files in batch for Windows XP.
This document discusses the native features of Windows which permit the user to rename files in one go using the Explorer and the F2 key. There is another program called Ant Renamer through which you can achieve your goal of renaming multiple files at once. Other programs featured here are Lupas Rename, Rename and Metamorphose.
Renaming a large number of files can quickly become tedious. Fortunately, there are tools to automate this task in many cases:
Native features under Windows
On Windows XP and later versions of Windows, it is possible to rename multiple files at once via Explorer by selecting the files to rename, then pressing the F2 key.
Just type in a new name and press Enter. All files will be renamed and then followed by an incremented number in brackets.
For renaming the files, you can simply create a batch and rename them as per your requirement. Therefore the files can be renamed by changing the event or the extension, removing or replacing a string and also by setting time stamps.