How do I use cmd prompt to change all files in all subfolders?

BlackScarletLove

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I know that I can easily change the filetype of all files within a Windows folder by opening an elevated command prompt within that folder and typing "ren * *.jpg" or whatever other filetype I want to change it to, but how can I modify this command so that it renames all files in the current folder, but ALSO, in all subfolders?
 

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