Reverse File Names
Reverse File Names is a free tool for reversing file names directly from the Windows Explorer context menu. Right click a file in the Windows Explorer, choose “Reverse File Name” and the file will be renamed by reversing the file name. For example a file named “10 eliFelpmaS.txt” will be renamed into “SampleFile 01.txt”.
Looking for a desktop version? Check out our Rename File Names Desktop Edition page.
Reverse File Names is released as freeware (not as free or open source software). Reverse File Names contains no advertisement, in-app purchases, hidden fees, or disabled functionality. The usage of Reverse File Names is licensed to you for free in accordance with the terms and conditions as described in our End User License Agreement (EULA).
Reverse File Names is designed for usage without installation. For using Reverse File Names simply unzip the downloaded file and double click the Reverse File Names executable once. Choose “Add to Windows Explorer Context Menu” and you can use Reverse File Names directly from the Windows Explorer context menu (right mouse click on a file). To remove Reverse File Names from the Windows Explorer double click the Reverse File Names executable again and choose “Remove from Windows Explorer Context Menu”.
Make sure not to move or delete the Reverse File Names executable as long as Reverse File Names is integrated in the Windows Explorer context menu. Moving or deleting the executable will break the Windows Explorer integration.
Issues and limitations
Reverse File Names v1.0x is still in development. The short list below shows currently known issues and limitations:
- 32 bit Windows (x86) is not supported.
- Support for obsolete Windows versions like XP, NT4, 2000 and Vista will not be implemented.
- Reverse File Names Context menu item is limited to 15 files (default Windows explorer value).
Download Reverse File Names
Reverse File Names is available for download as a “ZIP” archive. Unzip Reverse File Names to any folder you prefer using the build-in Windows decompressor or a free archiver tool like 7-ZIP. Double click “ReverseFileName.exe” after extracting the ZIP archive to add Reverse File Names to the Windows Explorer context menu.
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To verify the integrity of the “Reverse File Names 1.0.1” ZIP archive check the MD5, SHA-1 or SHA-256 checksum after download by using a Hash calculator. See our Windows built-in MD5 and SHA checksum calculator page for how to use the default Windows hash calculators. If you prefer to use a tool with a Graphical User Interface please take a look at Hash Tool, available for free in the Microsoft Store.
Reverse File Names is provided “As Is”, without warranty of any kind, express or implied, including but not limited to the warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose and noninfringement. In no event shall the authors or copyright holders be liable for any claim, damages or other liability, whether in an action of contract, tort or otherwise, arising from, out of or in connection with the software or the use or other dealings in the software.
In no event does No Nonsens inc. authorise the use of “Reverse File Names” in applications or systems where “Reverse File Names” failure to perform can reasonably be expected to result in a significant physical injury, or in loss of life. Any such use by you is entirely at your own risk, and you agree to hold No Nonsens inc. harmless from any claims or losses relating to such unauthorised use.
Read more about terms and conditions in our End User License Agreement (EULA).
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