Last week we told you about fading dock icons but today I came across an interesting guide about how to speed up opening the terminal with the help of a shell. Credits for the guide go again to osxdaily so here is what they’ve discovered.
Each time that you try running the Terminal, Mac OS X will read various logs from the system so that it can now the details of the last login session. As a result, you can open the terminal faster in Mac OS X by using a shell instead of the default “/usr/bin/login” parameter. Alternatively, this… Continue to Use Shell To Open The Terminal Faster In Mac OS X [How To]