As a new Linux user, one of the things that's kept me away from the Command Line (CL) is that, for tasks involving files and folders (i.e. everything!), the amount of typing involved makes using the CL inefficient. I myself have a tendency to use detailed file names. For example, if I have a book called "Elementary Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems", which is in its 9th edition and is written by William Boyce and Richard DiPrima, then I'll name it like:
So in my effort for learning to use the CL I've look around for ways to overcome this problem and found about Command-line completion with the
Tab key. The thing with this is that it does word completion but only for commands, not for files and folders. I would like to know if there is a similar feature that works for files?