Review: Rename and organize file batches with Quick File Renamer Lite for Mac

Change the name of files quickly, and in large batches using light and easy-to-navigate Quick File Renamer Lite for Mac.

Quick File Renamer Lite for Mac offers all the basic features needed to alter the names of a large number of files for better sorting and use. The program is available to try with a 30-day time limit, but users can explore all of its features before purchasing the full version.

The program initially starts into a small window where the user can enter a log-in to access the program. As an alternative, the trial version can be used, and the top of the window displays the amount of time remaining. The main window lacks any advanced menu design, but it is easy to see the different functions available. The top bar includes buttons for adding files, changing preferences, importing folders, and searching them, among others. The window offers two boxes, one on the left showing the current files and their names, and another on the right showing the output file names. A drop-down box allows preset selections from a number of useful options, such as renaming files based on date. The output files can be saved in the original folder, or in one designated by the user. During testing of Quick File Renamer Lite for Mac, adding and designating the preferences for the selected files was easy. Basic arrows allow the user to navigate between files. The processing finished nearly immediately, and saved as indicated.

Quick File Renamer Lite for Mac would be a good option for users in need of a program that can quickly rename batches of files. It would be especially useful to users with a larger number of photos and music files. Since the program is quite basic and intuitive, even the novice users should have no problem using it.

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