Where is Applications folder on Mac terminal?

Where is Applications folder on Mac terminal?

Mac OS X comes stocked with an application named Terminal. The Terminal application is where you enter commands in the command line. It’s located in the Utilities folder within the Applications folder on your hard drive — choose Applications→Utilities (from the keyboard, press Shift+Command+U).

Where is Applications list on Mac?

From the OS X Finder, hit Command+Shift+A to jump to the /Applications folder. Pull down the View menu and choose “List” to scroll through an easy to read list of all apps in the Applications folder.

Why is my Applications folder empty Mac?

you may be looking in the wrong Applications folder. Click on main OS drive, probably called Macintosh HD and the main App folder will be there. You will also see the Users folder. If you delve into there, you may well see another, possibly empty Application folder.

How do I organize my Applications folder on Mac?

How to organize apps into folders in Launchpad on Mac

  1. Open Launchpad.
  2. Click and hold on the app you wish to put in a folder until it starts wiggling.
  3. Drag the app on top of another app you wish to put into the same folder until a white box appears around both apps. Or drag the app into an existing folder.
  4. Let go.

Why are there two applications folders on Mac?

The second Applications folder is created for the simple reason that an installer you ran created that directory and placed the application there.

Why do I have 2 Applications folders Mac?

Why do I have multiple application folders on my Mac?

You can keep them anywhere you want, but just like it’s easier to keep all your pictures in ~/Pictures/ and all your music in ~/Music/, it’s easier to keep all your applications in one (or two) places. It helps to make sure that you don’t end up with two versions of the same application.

How do I create a folder on my Mac 2020?

Create a folder

  1. On your Mac, click the Finder icon in the Dock to open a Finder window, then navigate to where you want to create the folder.
  2. Choose File > New Folder, or press Shift-Command-N.
  3. Enter a name for the folder, then press Return.

Why can’t I drag and drop files on my Mac?

If the Mac Trackpad or Mac Mouse is Bluetooth, try simply turning Bluetooth off, and then turning Bluetooth back on again. Sometimes simply toggling Bluetooth off and on again resolves quirky issues including a failure of drag and drop to work.