TIP: Open directory you found in Everything with Total Commander
Well here are 2 invaluable programs for Windows: Total Commander and Everything.
Total Commander is file manager (like Windows Explorer, but way better in any case), that can be extended using plugins like: sFTP, various format file readers and etc.
Everything is super fast file search engine for Windows with light indexing and fuzzy search.
So it seems like a good idea to mix Everything and Total Commander to search and manipulate files/directories.
To make all run smoothly — use Everything with the same user as Total Commander.
Open Tools->Options in Everything and choose Context Menu there. In the “items” list choose the option (title) that suits you and just change it’s command to the one below.
$exec(“c:\totalcmd\TOTALCMD.EXE” /T /O /L=”%1")
“c:\totalcmd\TOTALCMD.EXE” — your TC install directory
/O — If Total Commander is already running, activate it and pass the path(s) in the command line to that instance (overrides the settings in the configuration dialog to have multiple windows)
/T — Opens the passed dir(s) in new tab(s) (for usage with /O)
/L= — Set path in left window