This video will teach you how to automatically rename the files having duplicate names in Windows using Copywhiz.
What is Copywhiz?
Enhance your file-copy experience with Copywhiz as it lets you to have more flexibility & more control over the file-copying process. Here is how Copywhiz makes file copying a breeze:
When copying files, you may encounter another file with the same name but different content. Often happens with music & picture files. You may not want to replace the existing file with the new one but keep both the files. Copywhiz lets you automatically rename existing file before copying the new file so that you can keep both the files.
- Select files using Windows Explorer, right-click on them and choose Copywhiz->Copy from the menu.
- Go to the destination folder, select Copywhiz–>Paste from the menu.
- While copying, if files with duplicate names exist, the ‘File Already Exists’ dialog box will appear which will show the details of the duplicate files.
- Click on the Advanced button placed in the bottom-left of the ‘File Already Exists’ dialog box. Tick the option to rename the destination file with a suffix instead of overwriting it. You can apply the suffix to all duplicate files by enabling the option Do this for all files. And finally click on Rename button. Once the files are copied, you will see duplicate files renamed successfully.
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