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The Gnome desktop is missing a file search function. I. e. debian does have such a very comfortabel function.
As there is a find-command on the CLI it shouzld be very simple for the GUI experts to add a little GUI.
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Menu -> Accessories -> Search for Files . .
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Also menu>places>search for files
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