Last week, I write a blog post showing the features of the new Windows Terminal. One YouTube user asked “ How did you find those GUIDs in the registry?” so I created this post to break it down.
Microsoft released a new command-line tool called Windows Terminal. Microsoft says the application is “modern, fast, efficient, powerful, and productive”. The new application gives you the option for tabbed terminal interfaces to bring together a variety of command-line tools and shells such as PowerShell, PowerShell Core, Command Prompt, and the Windows subsystem for Linux distribution (Kali, Ubuntu, ect.). Here are some more features: Continue reading Inside the New Windows Terminal