I usually browse my terminal history really far into the past by pressing the ↑ key to to find something, and after I got that I would like to go to the bottom of the input history, to the now empty new command (is there a word for this?) to enter my new command, but I don't want to press ↓ a gazillion times. I also don't want to delete a row in the history with backspace or something else.
I'm looking for something like Ctrl + End in text editors or something like Ctrl + L in the terminal but it should jump the input and not the output history.
I wrote terminal because I'm interested in the Linux/Windows/OSX solution too.