Startup Rename Manager

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Note: You should completely understand what are you doing when using Startup Rename Manager, or you may severely damage your system.

Sometimes you may want to delete or view a folder or files locked by Windows or some other program. Startup Rename Manager can help you to do that by renaming or deleting them during next startup. It also shows you a list of files and folders that will be renamed during the next startup. You may edit that list if necessary.

Startup Rename Manager can be invoked by selecting

To add a folder or file to the Startup Rename Manager,

Select Startup Rename Manager on the Tools menu.

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Startup rename manager dialog box

Click Add File or Folder button on the Startup Rename Manager dialog box, select the required file(s)/folder(s) on the Paths dialog box, and click the OK button.

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Paths dialog box

Leave the New Folder/File field blank if you want to delete rather than rename them.

Select Overwrite an existing Folder/File if you want to overwrite an already existing file(s) or folder(s) with those that are to be renamed.

The selected file(s) and folder(s) will appear on the Startup Rename Manager dialog box.

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Startup rename manager dialog box

To edit a folder or file already added to the Startup Rename Manager,

Select Startup Rename Manager on the Tools menu.

Select the required file or folder and click the Edit Paths button.

Edit the settings on the Paths dialog box, and click the OK button.

To remove a folder or file from the Startup Rename Manager,

Select Startup Rename Manager on the Tools menu.

Select or mark the required file or folder and click the Delete From List button.

 

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