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In daily work, we often encounter cases such like this – a lot of files need to be renamed in batch. However, the ability of the Windows built-in rename command is so limited that it is able to mechanically add (1), (2) and (3) such kind of simple suffix after the original file names at most. If you need to set some rules for renaming file/folder in batch, then you have to turn to some third-party tools.