Broot is an Open Source way to view and navigate any size directory trees through the command-line.
It will permit you to search for files, attach custom shortcuts as well as manipulate them all without jeopardizing the hierarchy within the given folder. Broot does require a br shell function to be launched and used (admin).
Broot is designed to allow you to navigate to a directory with minimum keystrokes, even when you don't recall where it is located. It is fast and never blocks even when you make it search a big slow disk (any keystroke interrupts the current search to start the next one).
For use, it is a good idea to head over to the author's site and read through the usage guide.
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