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I don't want to use standard SEARCH (AltF7 in Total Commander.

Instead, I 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 like UltraSearch or Everything (programme), 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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