Sometimes you just want to rename JPEG to JPG to keep things in order, you can do that easily from the command line on MS Windows Desktop and Server OS!
If a folder repeatedly contains relevant files, you can create a rename_JPG.bat and start it with a simple double-click. Or place it in the Windows Autostart folder to automate it so it always runs on reboot!
1.) ... Here is a simple example in the command prompt!
|(Image-1) Rename JPEG to JPG via address bar in File Explorer!|
Renaming files is a very common task to do. You can easily rename one or more files with Windows File Explorer, but you can do more with the command prompt cmd.exe or MS PowerShell. There are also third-party renaming programs, but the possibilities on the system itself are endless as well. Take a look at more tips and how they work!
►► Rename files recursively in lower and upper case via the address bar!
►► Tip.. simple multiple renaming in the Explorer views!
►► Delete complete directories with PowerShell and CMD, with examples?
►► Command line to delete temporary files on Windows drives!
►► Search for data sort by date and delete on restart!
►► REN command to rename files, examples prompt
FAQ 141: Updated on: 14 June 2022 18:57