“The Terminal application can be understood as a text-based user interface with which to control your Mac using command line tools,” Evans writes. “These are very powerful, and enable you to change lots of the ways your Mac usually behaves.”
“Terminal is unforgiving,” Evans writes. “You don’t need to fear it, but you should be very, very careful to use precisely the right code when entering instructions for your Mac – particularly if using any command including the word ‘sudo.'”
I’m going to share five neat Terminal tips:
• How to change default screenshot image format
• How to create a Recent Applications folder
• How to flush Mac memory
• How to fix your Mac (sometimes)
• How to stay up forever
The Terminal commands are in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: We use ’em all, and one of the first things we do with new Macs is to ditch the default .PNG for screenshots.