Fzf Command line Fuzzy Finder

Fzf is a free and open source command line interactive fuzzy file finder for Linux, Windows and MacOS. Using fzf you can, search for a string or pattern across any any list; files, command history, processes, hostnames, bookmarks, git commits, etc. easily and also use a filtering tool. It is a an simple but extremely powerful tool . It comes with plugins support to extend its features.


Download fzf

How to Install Fzf on Ubuntu

Fzf is available from the default Ubuntu repository. In the terminal application (ctrl+alt+t), run below command. It will install the latest version of fzf on your Ubuntu Linux system.

sudo apt install fzf

Then run below command and start typing to filter and find.


For the complete fzf usage details, run below command and for examples click here

man fzf

You can also install it via below install script

git clone --depth 1 https://github.com/junegunn/fzf.git ~/.fzf
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