FileMonkey can copy, move, split, search, replace, rename, alter case, list or delete duplicate files, trim, truncate, crop, chop, set attributes, encypt, decrypt, wipe, delete, extract and more.
1. If you are installing over a previous install of FileMonkey then it is recommended that you close all open FileMonkey windows and un-install FileMonkey from your computer before installing again.
2. Download the FileMonkey installation package.
3. Double click the file "FileMonk3.exe" (the file that you downloaded in step 2 above) and then follow the installation instructions.
Append To File Contents
To open this feature, select the "Quick-Find, Append" menu item from the main window.
The Append feature can append data (text) to the start or end of file contents. (Note: you can append text to file or folder names using the "Rename" feature).
Type the text that you wish to append in the append box. Choose if you want to append to the start or end of files.
Click "Start" to begin the operation. If you want to truncate file contents, use the "Trim" feature.
Changing CaseTo open this feature, select the "Quick-Find, Case" menu item from the main window.
From here you can choose to change the case (capitalization) of file names or folder names in the current folder and/or all sub folders to match the case pattern of your choice from the choices provided. For example, you can change case of files between capital letters and lower case.
Copy Or Move Files
To open this feature, select the "Quick-Find, Copy" menu item from the main window.
From here you can either select to copy files or move files to a new location. You can optionally, copy or move files in sub-folders and re-create the original folder structure.
Command Line (Batch Jobs)
To open this feature, select the "Quick-Find, Command Line" menu item from the main window.
Use this feature to create customized batch jobs. Batch jobs can make folders, rename or move files or perform many other batch command line jobs en-mass. Click HERE for more information on the "Command Line" feature.