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How do I run this command in the Windows Powershell? $ find / -iname my_first_project 2>/dev/null

This command, which allows me to search for files or directories via the terminal, works for both the Linux and Mac terminal. I'm trying to figure out how to do the same thing on Windows Powershell.

1 Answer

I figured it out. On Windows Powershell:

$ ls -Recurse my_first_project

$ Get-ChildItem -Path . -Filter my_first_project -Recurse