How to do that, the directory names themselves?
You can highlight & rename a top (current) directory entries,
but not subdirectories of the same (at least that I can see).
At times I'll download directory trees & the resultant directories will have "%20" in place of spaces (" "). If these directories are topmost, I can highlight them, search for %20, replace with " ". That works fine. But if there are subdirectories, they will not be included (files will).
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C:\ABC DEF +---abc%20ghi +---abc%20jkl \---abc%20mno abc def.file abc%20ghi.file
Let me clarify a bit ...
If I am at, C:\ABC DEF, highlighted, & have checkmarked, Include subdirectories, only the files "abc def.file" & "abc%20ghi.file" will be shown - but not the directories abc%20ghi, abc%20jkl, ...
If I am in the subdirectory of C:\ABC DEF, I can highlight the 3 directories, abc%20ghi, abc%20jkl, ..., & at that point both the directories & the files will be affected by a "s/%20/ /". (Though again if there were subdirectories to those directories, they would not be included.)
This happens to be an easy example. For more complex (more subdirectories that I'd want renamed), I would use Renamer v6.0, checkmarking Files, Dirs, & Recurse, as appropriate.