All Mac running macOS comes preinstalled with the Terminal - the shell to run commands.
Opening Terminal on Mac : Using Launchpad
- Click on Launchpad Icon in the Dock,
- Type Terminal,
- Click on the Terminal Icon that appears to open.
Opening Terminal on Mac : Using Spotlight Search
- Click on the search icon on the top right next to display time, or press Command + Spacebar
- Type Terminal and you should see it's icon,
- Press enter to open.
Opening Terminal on Mac : Using Finder
- Open Finder,
- Go to /Applications/Utilities
- Locate Terminal
- Double click to Open.
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