Command key

What is command key?
The Command key is a modifier key located on either side of the space bar on a standard Apple keyboard. It is used to perform tasks by pressing it in combination with one or more other buttons. The command key is also known as the apple key, clover key, apple open key, pretzel key, and meta key.

The command key is used by Apple computers to enter commands in a program or system. Previously, the Apple logo was used on the command key, but was later replaced after Steve Jobs decided it was overuse of the icon. The key is on the left side of the space bar on some compact keyboards, such as the keyboard. B. on laptops, while the keys on both sides are available in the same layout. The key performs several functions when pressed in conjunction with other keys. The symbol for the command key is a looped square with a Unicode of U + 2318.

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