In a Mac keyboard, the key labeled “return” is used in place of the “enter” key that is found on most other keyboards. The reason for this is that the “return” key was originally used on early typewriters to return the carriage to the beginning of a new line, while the “enter” key was used to signal the end of a command or input on a computer. Apple, which has a strong heritage in typography and graphic design, decided to keep the traditional terminology of “return” instead of “enter” to maintain consistency with the history of keyboard usage. This key functions in the same way as the enter key on a Windows keyboard, allowing one to create a new line or submit a command.
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