The standard way to open any directory within macOS is to open a Finder window and use it to navigate to a specific location on your hard drive. There8217s also another way to open folders use the Terminal. It may not be something you use every day unless you8217re a developer but the power is there if you need to call on it. As such this post will show you how to open any folder from the macOS Terminal. We also show you how to create a custom shortcut to carry out this command. Related How to Customize Your8230 Read more.
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