Been using the great fzf CLI utility lately. Here's a neat trick to copy the search result to the Windows clipboard:
fzf | clip
The resulting copied text tends to include a carriage return however. To remove it, either add the
--print0 option to the
fzf command or permanently make it a default option using the
FZF_DEFAULT_OPTS environment variable.
The use case for this trick is to quickly find a file within a project, copy the path to the clipboard, and then paste the path into a utility (e.g. text editor) to open it.
The fzf utility can easily be installed on Windows using Chocolatey.