The Terminal app is in the Utilities folder in Applications. To open it, either open your Applications folder, then open Utilities and double-click on Terminal, or press Command-space to launch Spotlight and type "Terminal," then double-click the search result.
- How do I launch an application from Terminal?
- How do I open applications on a Mac?
- How do I open a file in Apple Terminal?
How do I launch an application from Terminal?
Select the application called terminal and press the return key. This should open up an app with a black background. When you see your username followed by a dollar sign, you're ready to start using command line.
How do I open applications on a Mac?
How to find the Applications folder on your Mac
- Click the "Finder" app — it looks like a blue and white face and is located in your Dock.
- Select "Applications" in the left sidebar.
- Open the application you want to keep in your dock — it will appear to the right of the apps already pinned to your Dock.
How do I open a file in Apple Terminal?
In the Terminal app on your Mac, invoke a command-line editor by typing the name of the editor, followed by a space and then the name of the file you want to open.