- Do you get irritated because DOS won't let you rename a file
to a different directory?
- Do you end up copying the files to the path where you want them, and then forget to erase the originals, wasting valuable disk space, and promoting directory clutter?
- Do you ever want to specify more than one source file specification in the RENAME command.
- Do you ever wish that you could just rename a directory*, instead of having to create a new directory, copying all of the files, deleting the old files, and then removing the old directory?
If you answered a resounding "YES" to any of the above, then eXceptional REName is just the utility you need! As well as operating identically to the DOS RENAME command, if picks up where DOS left off to do all of the functions stated above. It will run on any IBM PC/XT/AT/PS2 or 100% compatable running DOS version 2.0* or higher.
* (The directory rename feature requires DOS version 3.0 or higher.)
End the tedious drudgery of COPY and RENAME!