A new version of the Windows Terminal is out with various improvements, and here's all you need to know.
You can backup and restore the Windows Terminal settings manually, and here are two ways to complete the task on Windows 10.
Windows Terminal lets you reset all settings by clearing or deleting the Settings.json file, and here's how to do it.
Windows Terminal now lets you create and duplicate profiles from within the Settings UI, and here's how.
Windows Terminal can now be set as the default app on Windows 10, introduces Quake mode, and Settings UI changes with version 1.9.
You can now make the Windows Terminal experience the default application to open PowerShell and Command Prompt, and here's how.
You can use Windows Terminal with a dark theme, and in this guide, you'll learn two ways to do it.
The Windows Terminal app lets you change the color scheme (theme) using the Settings UI and Settings.json file – here's how and how ...
Are you changing the window size every time you open Windows Terminal? If so, use these steps to set new default settings for the ...
Yes, you can configure the Windows Terminal app to always open elevated, and here's how on Windows 10.