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    New Lounger
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    I download a lot of music. Included in the file name for each song is it's title, artist name, album name, track number, etc. Before I load the songs onto my MP3 player I delete all this other stuff except the actual song title name from the file name. This allows me to play the songs in alphabetical order. Does anyone know of any software available to do this to a large number of files instead of the "one at a time" method that I'm using now?

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    Try Bulk Rename which supports "regular expressions" AND has it's own support forum if you get stuck.
    System Requirements: Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000/NT, 98, Me. Windows Server 2008, 2003.
    Windows XP SP3

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    This may be worth a look ....
    PowerDesk Pro 8

    "MP3 Collection Management - Create and control portable MP3 playlist files as well as multimedia applications. Randomize feature ensures a complete random play order. Plus, cool tools to preview MP3 files, search for files, as well as rename and edit files groups in a single action."

    # Advanced File Finder
    # Multi-Pane File Viewer
    # Easy FTP Utility & Support
    # NEW! Hard Drive Indexing
    # New! Search Emails & Attachments
    # NEW! Color Code Files & Folder
    # For Windows XP, Vista & 7 computers

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