PFrank (Vista)

PFrank (Vista) 2.33

Versatile file renamer for Vista files

Like many other things in Windows, Vista failed to address some pretty basic issues that still persist. View full description

PROS

  • Supports batch renaming
  • Very easy to use
  • Renames almost any file type
  • Allows previews of changes

CONS

  • Interface is very basic for Windows Vista

Very good
8

Like many other things in Windows, Vista failed to address some pretty basic issues that still persist.

One of those is the simple act of file renaming which you still can't do in bulk. However, with this program, you can easily solve that problem plus many other file renaming issues. With this tool you can organize your music, picture, video, or any other types of files with much greater speed and flexibility than ordinarily in Windows. PFrank comes equipped wit a very useful preview button which allows you to preview changes before you make them. You can select several files at once - in fact as many as you want - and rename them all at the same time. The author claims that there is virtually no renaming function that can't be carried out by this program but if there is something you can't do, you can probably find out how to do it on the developer forums.

A useful little utility that's flexible and should come as standard with Windows Vista.

PFrank is an acronym for Peter's Flexible Renaming Kit. This is a Freeware Professional Grade bulk file/folder renaming program that runs under Windows. With this tool you can easily organize your music, picture, video, or any other types of files.

PFrank comes equipped with many features, some of which you won't find on any other renaming program. The beauty of this tool is it's flexibility. You can easily build any renaming command sequence you like, preview all of the results, press the rename button, and you're done!

PFrank (Vista)

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PFrank (Vista) 2.33

— User reviews — about PFrank (Vista)

  • Aleve Sicofante

    by Aleve Sicofante

    "At last one useful renamer"

    After trying many renamers in this very site, this is the first one I can call useful. I had some 200.000 files to scan ... More.

    reviewed on October 5, 2009