A convenient way of creating, duplicating, moving, renaming, and deleting files and directories in VS Code.

  1. Install File Utils extension
  • click this link and follow the instructions.
  • Or just open VSCode and click extension’s icon on activity bar or hit Ctrl + Shift + x. Search File Utils, select the first one File Utils extension, and click the install button
  • click this link and follow the instructions
  • or just open extensions in VSCode with Ctrl + Shift + x shortcut. search advanced new file, select Advanced New ile by patbenatar, and install it.
  • Open the file you want to rename
  • Hit Ctrl + Shift + p to open the command palette
  • Type rename
  • Rename your file
  • Open the file you want to delete
  • Hit Ctrl + Shift + p to open the command palette
  • Type delete and press Enter
  • This will delete your file and you can find it on your PC Trash or Recycle Bin
  • Open the file you want to delete
  • Hit Ctrl + Shift + p to open the command palette
  • Type move and press Enter
  • This will open and small popup which contains the file path and file name. you can move to other directories.
  • if the directory does not exist, you can create it by typing in the path.
  • also, you can rename the file this way.

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