Ubuntu beginners always find the Terminal to be quite confusing. CLI Companion is a GUI alternative for the Ubuntu and Debian Terminal which displays Terminal commands in a list and allows running them in a click. Previously performed commands are also stored in a searchable list to be used later on and tab support adds the utility of performing multiple Terminal tasks simultaneously in a single interface.
You can use CLI Companion like the normal Terminal and enter commands, as well as mange tasks in separate tabs located at the right-hand side . Beginners can benefit from the Command List and instantly run any command by selecting it from the list and clicking on Run. Each command is also provided a description to help users understand it’s function.
To save a command click on Add button from main interface of the application. This will open a dialog box which will allow you to save a command with the description.
Saved commands and the ones present by default in the list can be searched using the search box. This can help new users to save a list of important commands and Pro users can benefit from this feature by saving lengthy and convoluted commands.