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Gnome-terminal is a command line tool used in the GNOME desktop environment as the default terminal emulator. It provides a way for users to interact with their computer through a command line interface. Gnome-terminal supports multiple tabs, allowing users to have several command line sessions open in a single window. It allows users to customize the appearance of their terminal through settings such as color schemes, fonts, and background images. Gnome-terminal supports keyboard shortcuts, making it easier and more efficient to navigate and perform commands. Users can also create profiles in gnome-terminal, which allows for different settings and configurations for various tasks or workflows. It supports various terminal emulation standards, including ANSI, xterm, and Linux console. Gnome-terminal supports a wide range of text-based applications and utilities, enabling users to perform tasks such as file management, text editing, and network diagnostics. It also supports features like copy and paste, search functionality, and scrollback to aid in command line usage. Gnome-terminal is widely used in Linux distributions that utilize the GNOME desktop environment and is highly extensible through plugins and third-party tools.

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