What is the easiest and fastest way to remove underscores from folder names in Windows?
Running a Google search I found a VB script that automatically removes all underscores from file names in the current directory when run. It's simple enough. But it doesn't work with folders.
What I would like to do is to remove all underscore characters for all the folders in the current directory, so that instead of
john_smith I get
John Smith. How do I do that?
I know that there are hundreds upon hundreds of different batch renaming tools for Windows on the web. But most of the ones I have come across require that the user uses regular expressions to describe the problem and also to describe what the new name should look like. That's not very easy or user friendly.
Can you at least point me to a good batch renaming tool that's easy to understand, and that is able to rename folders? I don't want to randomly install and uninstall some useless bloatware.