If you don’t know how to rename multiple files at once on Windows 10, we are going to help you out. Renaming files one by one might be a boring job. But it is possible to do this task at once.
Windows 10 file explorer lets you rename multiple folders, so you will have no problems doing that.
How to rename multiple files at once on Windows 10?
This feature has been active for years on Windows 10, but many people don’t know this simple trick. It is especially useful for renaming batches of images, because you just choose a filename and Windows will add a suffix at the end with a number in parentheses.
All you have to do is selecting all the files you want to rename, then right-click on any of them and choose “Rename.”
After pressing Enter, all files will have the same name, but since in Windows two files with the same extension cannot have the same name, the system automatically adds a number to differentiate them.
If among the files you selected there are some with different extensions, then you will see the name duplicated once for each different file type. The big advantage here, unlike other browsers, is that Windows Explorer does not ask you to rename each file manually, nor does it prevent you from renaming them all with the same name, it solves that on its own with the number, something quite useful.