We're always seeking ways to become more productive. Working with files, within Windows Explorer, isn't always easy. For instance, if you have a number of files that need to be renamed, unless you go through them manually or know how to create your own script, it's not easy to process the files. If the files are located within different folders, it's even more tricky.
PFrank 1.81 is a tool that will enable you to process and bulk-rename your files and folders, quickly. For instance, if you wanted to add 'FEB-' in front of a number of files, you simply select the files and location, choose the wildcard required then process the files.
The author is so confident that it will perform every renaming task you throw at the program, we suggest you download it immediately.
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