In order to run commands on a Mac running macOS, you can make use of the built-in Terminal application. There are multiple ways in which you can open the Terminal on Mac,
Open Terminal App using Spotlight Search:
- Press F4 Key to open Sportlight Search, if you are using the latest M1 Macbooks, or click on the search icon on the Apple Menu bar,
- Type Terminal
- Terminal App will be loaded.
Open Terminal App using Finder:
- Open Finder,
- Go to Applications from Favorites section,
- Look for Terminal.
- Double tap to open.
Open Terminal App Keyboard Shortcut:
- Press Command + Spacebar keys to open Spotlight Search,
- Type Terminal and press Enter,
Now that the terminal window is open - you can type in your commands to do your desired work.
Example of a command: Type cal and press enter, you should see the current calendar month with the current date selected.
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