KDE is the desktop environment of choice for many of the world’s Linux, BSD, and Unix users. It is easy to use and provides a solid graphical interface for many advanced operating system features.
One of those advanced features is the ability to rename a large number of files at once. This saves a tremendous amount of time for people who do this frequently. For example, a photographer may have 300 pictures in a folder and needs to have them all follow a particular naming scheme. The original files might be named something like 100_38239_3.jpg, and the photographer might want them to have the name of the location followed by the date, and time of photos. With KDE, this is easy.