Windows Terminal lets you create a profile for each command tool you use, and here's how.
You can run Command Prompt, PowerShell, and Linux using a custom background image on Windows Terminal, and here's how.
The Windows Terminal app lets you change the color scheme (theme) using the Settings UI and Settings.json file – here's how and how ...
You can now create your very own custom theme to use on Windows Terminal, and here's how to get started.
A new preview of the Windows Terminal arrives with support for colorful themes and other changes.
You can now launch Command Prompt always elevated, and here's how.
Windows Terminal lets you change the font face globally and individually for each console, and here's how to do it.
A new preview of the Windows Terminal arrives with a couple of new features, improvements, and fixes.
Windows Terminal 1.14 is now available with a new window customization option, new actions, and more.
Yes, you can always configure the Windows Terminal app to open elevated, and here's how on Windows 10.