What Do You Mean By Rename Operation?

The rename operation is a file management operation that allows you to change the name of a file or folder. This operation is useful when you want to give a file or folder a more descriptive or meaningful name, or when you want to change its name to better reflect its content or purpose.

When you rename a file or folder, you are essentially changing its label or identifier. The original content and location of the file or folder remain the same, but it can now be accessed using its new name.

To perform a rename operation on a file or folder, you typically select it in your file explorer or desktop and right-click on it. Then, choose the 'Rename' option and type in the new name you want to give it. Alternatively, you can click once on the file or folder to select it, then click again on the file or folder name to edit it directly.

It's important to note that when you rename a file or folder, any shortcuts, links, or references to that file or folder may no longer work until they are updated with the new name. Therefore, it's a good idea to make sure that all references to the file or folder are updated with the new name after you have renamed it.