I tried this in CMD :
DIR /S DIRECTORY | FIND /I "FILENAME"
; but this only shows whether the file is found or not ; the output does not contain the Path.
One way is to use
EXPLORER , but I want to use
Another way is
DIR /S | MORE, manually looking for the file. Yet another way is to get the full output of
DIR /s and then search this text for filename, but these methods have too many issues like slowness or too much scrolling or too manual.
I am looking for a simple way to execute a built-in command and find the file with Path.
[[ While typing this question, I found a solution which I will add, for future visitors with the same question; but I would also be happy to see if others have a better solution ]]