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Microsoft Blog: Introducing Windows Terminal | Windows Command Line Tools For Developers
Github: microsoft/Terminal


20 May 2020 Update - Terminal 1.0 is released on Microsoft Store and Github pages.

Windows Terminal is a new, modern, fast, efficient, powerful, and productive terminal application for users of command-line tools and shells like Command Prompt, PowerShell, and WSL.
Windows Terminal will be delivered via the Microsoft Store in Windows 10 and will be updated regularly, ensuring you are always up to date and able to enjoy the newest features and latest improvements with minimum effort.
Key Features
  • Multiple Tabs
  • Beautiful GPU-based text rendering
  • Setting and configurability
  • Emoji support
  • Open source
  • and more!

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The article will provide details of Windows Terminal Preview 1910 features and improvements including download locations.
Windows Terminal Preview 1910 rolled out with new features and improvements. Some of the changes are UI update, Dynamic Profile, Cascading Settings, Launch Settings. You are able to download the new version of Terminal preview straight from Microsoft store, Microsoft Store for Business, and GitHub. See the feature and changes that came with the release ahead
 

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Microsoft has released Windows Terminal v0.9, which adds command-line arguments, automatic creation of PowerShell profiles, and a new setting that you lets you close all tabs without confirmation.

Windows Terminal is a multi-tabbed console program that allows you to launch different shells/consoles into different tabs. For example, one tab can be PowerShell, the other your standard Windows 10 Command Prompt, and the third a WSL bash shell as shown below.
 

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I really like Windows Terminal but I didn´t find out yet how settings can be made persistent like open shells and things like that.
 

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Today, Microsoft is releasing Windows Terminal Preview version 1.1, and it contains a whole bunch of new features.

First up, you can now choose to open files with Windows Terminal from the File Explorer. To be clear, it's still going to launch Windows Terminal Preview until Windows Terminal 1.1 is out for everyone. You can also now set Windows Terminal to launch at startup by setting startOnUserLogin to true in global settings. There's also a new fontweight profile setting.
 
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