Hi everyone,

Like many other blind persons, I have accumulated a large number of books, saved in txt and other formats. I also have a lot of personal files and saved articles.

I know the command line offers a variety of ways to do word searches and pattern matching throughout the disk. But my question is:

is there a VIM plugin or other cli tool that makes it easy to do research on a large number of local files, as if one were using a local-disk google?

For example, I am assuming that journalists were not using crep commands when searching through large number of leaked files. I am hoping there are more user-friendly tools out there for non-techies like myself.



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