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You know that feeling when you search for a specific file but don't remember its exact directory path (you have many subdirectories), and don't want to use standard SEARCH (AltF7 in Total Commander)?

Instead, you would like the option to display all files (including those in subfolders of current directory).

Is there a way to do it in Total Commander or others?

I'm thinking of something the apps UltraSearch and Everything do, but it doesn't necessarily need to index the whole HDD, just a particular directory.

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I don't remember the menu item (might be "branch view"), but Ctrl B can activate this mode in Total Commander.

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wow, that's it! CTRL+B works, thank you :) –  mravec Mar 23 '13 at 12:28

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