Coming from windows, there is a fantastic search tool, called find everything, found here: http://www.voidtools.com/ Which can instantly search all files on your hard drives via name. It does not search file contents. It is extremely fast and only takes a minute to scan my almost foll 500gb hard drive. I can also use any regex to search.
I'm wondering if there is an equivalent tool for linux (I am using ubuntu in particular). I am awayre I can use the command
find in the terminal, but this makes things easier as I can interact with the search results, open the files directly, or get a context menu when right clicking, just as if I was in the explorer.
So is there a close equivalent tool in linux? Or something close.