SKTimeStamp Alternatives

    SKTimeStamp is described as 'very simple shell extension which adds a new tab to the Explorer properties dialog. On that new tab, you can change the file/folder date and time' and is an app in the File Management category. There are more than 10 alternatives to SKTimeStamp for a variety of platforms, including Windows, Mac, Linux, BSD and Windows Explorer. The best alternative is Bulk Rename Utility. It's not free, so if you're looking for a free alternative, you could try BulkFileChanger or NewFileTime. Other great apps like SKTimeStamp are vimv (Free), Transnomino (Free), Fast File Renamer (Free) and Free File Renamer (Free, Open Source).

    This page was last updated Nov 24, 2020

    1. Rename multiple files according to a pattern you specify. Modify original file name by removing/copying its parts, replacing text, or changing letter case. Use dynamic elements like file properties, hashes, MP3 ID3 and EXIF tags, random characters.
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    2. TouchPro allows you to change any combination of file time attributes through a file's property pages. It fully integrates into .

    3. Ninotech Date Edit is a shell extension that enables you to change the date and time of your files from inside Windows Explorer.


      Last version, 4.0, was released on 2002. It can be still downloaded from Softpedia.

    4. Bright Renamer is an intuitive professional bulk file renaming tool for Mac® users with 12 Renaming Rules, online repositories, realtime preview, hundreds of parameters and support for 157 meta data tags.
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    5. Monitor folders for files and auto rename(Have program rename images when downloaded). Undo, Save settings, Imageview, Drag-drop, and more. File Management made easy. Very good for those pesky PDFs from customer firms that need cleaning.
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    6. A portable file rename tool. File rename tool can rename, lowcase, upcase large numbers of files. It's a quick and powerful tool written in C with extended regular expression supporting for searching and substituting pattern strings in filenames.
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