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How to show hidden files in Mac OS X and macOS Sierra: Show hidden files using Terminal

 The Terminal application is the best way to display hidden files in Mac OS X and macOS Sierra. The Terminal app enables you to control Mac OS X or macOS Sierra using the command line to enter Unix commands. We like to think of Terminal as the hood of a car; it allows you to open Mac OS X or macOS Sierra up and look inside.

 

Here is how to use Mac Terminal to show hidden files:

Open Terminal (click Go > Utilities and double-click the Terminal app)

Now copy and paste both lines listed below into Terminal one at a time, and press Return after each line:

defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles YES

killall Finder

Your Terminal window should look like this:

Show Hidden Files in Mac OS X commands in Terminal

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