With all new generations of good software, some things must die.

Today, after about a week of using macOS Big Sur, I realised one of my most used utilities has been killed off — Network Utility.

Apple has killed the Network Utility.

As someone who manages domains, I find it much easier to open the Graphical User Interface (GUI) than typing commands in the Terminal.

I’d use this often for WhoIs and TraceRoute.

Source: support.apple.com

But why?

What surprises me most is why Apple killed the functionality:

Now I need to navigate Terminal — not bad, but not good.
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