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CLI Companion is a tool aimed at making the terminal easier to use: it's a GUI that displays a list of commands and an embedded terminal under it. The application comes with a list of commonly used commands by default, each having a short description and if you want to find out more about a certain command, simply right click it and select "Help". This will display the "man" (manual) for the selected command.
You can of course add your own commands to CLI Companion: simply click the "Add" button, then enter your command, an argument (optional) and a description.
To run a command, you just have to select it and click "Apply" and you'll see the output in the embedded terminal. If the command requires an argument, it will prompt you - all using a GUI. You can also run multiple commands in the same time: click the "+" sign on the right and a new tab will open.
Advanced users may also find Cli Companion useful by storing custom commands they came across for easier access and since CliCompanion has a built-in search tool, those commands will be easy to find and run.
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