On a daily basis, we interact with a large number of files on the Mac. Files are downloaded and saved, new or edited files are created, and files are deleted at the end of the process. When we download or create a file, one of the first things we want to do is give it a name that will be easy to remember and will allow us to access it more quickly. To their advantage, the Mac/MacBook series allows their users to quickly rename any files that they have stored on the system, and they can do so an unlimited number of times. The technique is straightforward, and we will lead you through it step-by-step in this tutorial, so without further ado, let us get started.
Step 1. Unlock the Mac/MacBook device to reveal the Home Screen.
Step 2. Browse to the file that you want to rename.