The Dual-Boot Filename Filter makes it easy to sustain data readability in a dual-boot Windows-Linux environment, or even when you want to write your data to a disc.
Windows have much stricter rules for file naming than other operating systems, so it is not always easy to create data on Linux, which will be read in Windows. Even burning discs can be tiresome, if they have to be readable in both environments.
Common disc burning programs are able to rename your files if their name do not match the expectations of the wanted file system, but they usually do not list the problematic files for you to rename them manually.
This program checks your files if they meet the expectations of various file systems. The aim is to develop a program which is not only able to list the problematic files, but even to rename them according to your own rules.
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