1.) search a folder, lets say: X:\Files
for any file that contains a "Conflict" in its filename (only!)
(recursively so it searches the whole contents of the folder)
2.) Move all files to another Folder.
Cygwin definitely has xargs and bash while read. I am not sure how close the others get. I bet you could put Cygwin on a flash drive and run it anywhere, despite the registry. Cygwin is essentially invoked as bash and everything unix-like happens inside there. Cygwin installs pretty simply if you have broadband. I use it a lot.