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On Windows the systeminfo command is a quick way to get system information from the shell.

Is there any command like that on macOS?

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    What exact info do you need. Try From Apple menu About this Mac and hit the System Report Button
    – mmmmmm
    Apr 24 at 8:37

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Both system_profiler and sysctl provide copious amounts of system information, which you can narrow down using grep, depending on what it is you're after.

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The networksetup command can be used to get a lot of system information related to the network and network hardware. For non-network system information, use system_profiler or sysctl -a -h (other options for the sysctl command provide the system information in a different format).

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