How to open Terminal Window In Ubuntu latest Version

January 29, 2013

What is a Terminal Window

Ubuntu is the GUI (Graphical User Interface) Version of Linux Operating System. So when ever we want to use the Traditional UNIX environment known as CLI (Command Line Interface) we need to open “Terminal” window where a user can type the commands to tell the computer what to do. It is very similar to command prompt of the Windows Operating system.

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We can open the terminal Window by two ways.

1. By searching “Terminal” on “Dash Home” you will get the terminal on search result. Choose “Terminal‘ and hit enter. It will open the “Terminal” Window.

2. By using Keyboard shortcut.

Keyboard shortcut to open terminal Window in Ubuntu

Just type Alt + Ctrl + T simultaneously in Ubuntu to open Terminal Window.

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One Comment

  1. Scott says:

    Alt + Ctl + T doesn’t work on Ubuntu / Kubuntu latest version, 17.10 I believe Im trying. Any suggestions?
    I would appreciate a quick response. I’m working on stuff for someone special like God!

    Thanks in advance!

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