Mac terminal commands (network, Wi-Fi, disk usage)

Mac terminal commands (network, Wi-Fi, disk usage) will not let you down and do what this program was made to do. All features are included and described in notes.txt file after installation.

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In this “mac terminal commands, you should know”, you will learn the most useful networking and system mac terminal commands for your home/office local area network
how to view the different interfaces
how to list available disks
how to view wireless networks
how to configure static IP
and more

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Mac terminal commands (network, Wi-Fi, disk usage)
How to install:
– Download, extract and run .exe file,
(If your antivirus blocking file, pause it or disable it for some time.)
– Choose destination folder

How to Use:
Open destination folder and locate file notes.txt, open it and read step by step.
Enjoy!

Don’t forget to read instructions after installation.
Enjoy Mac terminal commands (network, Wi-Fi, disk usage).

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