Microsoft unveiled for the first time its new command-line application for Windows, called Windows Terminal, to Build earlier this year. This is a new central location where you can access the traditional command line, PowerShell, and the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). The developers were able to compile and use the Windows terminal from the code. available on GitHub, Microsoft now publishes an easy install program through the Windows Store today.
The Windows Terminal application includes support for multiple tabs, as well as themes and customization for developers who want to tweak the Terminal application. You must edit the JSON file if you want to access all the customization options now, because this preview does not have any features. Microsoft has instructions on how to configure your parameters and key bindings in the JSON file, and you can even change the background image.
Windows Terminal will also support full rendering of GPU-based text and even emoji. Microsoft has shown emoji support with a flashy sizzle video in Build, and text rendering is based on DirectX, it will display the standard characters, glyphs, and text symbols available on your PC.
Microsoft had promised the preview of Windows Terminal in mid-June, and we just spent the middle of the month and everything happened. "This is the first of several preview versions on the Microsoft Store," says Kayla Cinnamon, Program Manager for Windows Terminal. "The Terminal team is working on creating a consistent schedule that provides regular overviews and more frequent versions for those who want to access the latest features as soon as they arrive." Windows Terminal 1.0 will arrive in the Microsoft Store this winter. ! "
Microsoft is also working on Bring the full Linux kernel to Windows 10 Improve the performance of the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). If you want to try the new Windows terminal, you can download it from the Windows Store.