GPRename-A complete batch renamer for files and directories(GUI)

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http://ubuntuguide.net – GPRename is a GUI tool based on gtk2-perl in Linux.It can easily rename multiple files or folders,it supports change filename in lowercase/uppercase,insert remove or replace letters in filename include the extension,change filename to number. Install GPRename in Ubuntu Just search gprename in System->Administration->Synaptic Package Manager Or open terminal from Applications->Accessories menu,and type this command to install GPRename: sudo apt-get install gprename Now,you can launch GPRename from Applications->Accessories menu or by type gprename command. In the left,choose a directory and in bottom do what you want to change with these files/folders in this directory.Click Preview and preview the changes in right box->New Name.Finally click Rename button to do the change. GPRename source page:http://gprename.sourceforge.net/ Share Related posts: Clean useless files to free disk space and guard your privacy with BleachBit Install Gloobus,Mac-like quicklook in Ubuntu 9.10 View Hidden Files and Folders in ubuntu File Browser (HowTos)