New Terminal for Windows

The Windows Terminal and Windows Console have been made open source and you can clone, build, run, and test the code from the repository on GitHub: https://github.com/Microsoft/Terminal

You will now be able to open any number of tabs, each connected to a command-line shell or app of your choice, e.g. Command Prompt, PowerShell, Ubuntu on WSL, a Raspberry Pi via SSH, etc. This summer in 2019, Windows Terminal previews will be released to the Microsoft Store for early adopters to use and provide feedback.

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Update your Mac using Command Line

If you’re sick of waiting for the App Store and its sluggish interface, here’s how you can speed up the process.

In the Terminal, enter the command “softwareupdate -i -a” to tell your Mac to look for any available updates to macOS. If one is available, you’ll see the update displayed on the command line and will install it in the background.

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