A Mac OS X application that lets you use a command-line interface and BSD a version of UNIX developed at UC Berkeley utility programs.
a method to let you use a console (a place where you can type commands to get things done)
The application you use to execute command under unix or linux.
A piece of hardware like a VT100 that lets you interact with a character-based operating system such as Unix.
Terminal is a monospace font. It is relatively small compared to Courier. It uses crossed zeros, and is designed to approximate the font normally used in MS-DOS or other text-based consoles such as on Linux.