Command-T is a wonderful Vim plugin which allows you to open files
with a minimal number of keystrokes. It’s really handy in a large
codebase where you only have to type
<leader>t, then a couple letters and
press enter to open your file. It’s based on a fuzzy matching, which let you
skip letters without worrying.
I recently installed the plugin on another machine and noticed it was really low: I had to wait a couple seconds to get the files list everytime. My computer has 8GB RAM so the problem wasn’t there.