Opening mac Terminal


All Mac running macOS comes preinstalled with the Terminal - the shell to run commands.

Mac Terminal
Mac Terminal

Opening Terminal on Mac : Using Launchpad

  1. Click on Launchpad Icon in the Dock,
  2. Type Terminal,
  3. Click on the Terminal Icon that appears to open.
Opening Terminal on Mac using Spotlight Search
Opening Terminal on Mac using Spotlight Search

Opening Terminal on Mac : Using Spotlight Search

  1. Click on the search icon on the top right next to display time, or press Command + Spacebar
  2. Type Terminal and you should see it's icon,
  3. Press enter to open.
Opening Terminal on Mac using Finder
Opening Terminal on Mac using Finder

Opening Terminal on Mac : Using Finder

  1. Open Finder,
  2. Go to /Applications/Utilities
  3. Locate Terminal
  4. Double click to Open.
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