Get to the Command Line

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If you are a beginner at computing on a Mac, getting to the command line can seem daunting. It's actually rather simple :)

The command line, also known as Terminal, allows you to use some Unix like commands in OS X.

1.) Open Finder. Finder is available in the Dock.

2.) Select ''Applications.'' Then chose ''Utilities'. If you don't see the ''Applications'' tab in the side bar, simply click on the ''Go'' drop down menu and select ''Applications'' from there.

3.) Double click on Terminal.

That's all there is to it (y)
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