Windows Terminal is a modern terminal program for command-line tools, shells such as PowerShell and Command Prompt. It has multiple tabs, panes, and UTF-8 support. There is also a GPU-accelerated text rendering engine. You can create your themes, customize text, colors, and backgrounds and make shortcuts.
- Windows terminal is used to fix any problems in the operating system by some codes.
- The terminal is a control center whare by code; you can modify the whole operating system or fix any kind of errors.
- the terminal is used for developing more features in the operating system
Multiple profiles support a variety of command-line applications.
Windows Terminal can run any application with a command-line interface. This includes PowerShell, Command Prompt, Azure Cloud Shell, and any WSL distribution like Ubuntu or Oh-My-Zsh.
Configurations and schemes that can be customized
Windows Terminal can be configured to display a variety of color schemes. To learn how to make your color scheme, visit the Color schemes page. You can also find custom Terminal configurations in the Custom terminal gallery.
Windows Terminal offers a wide range of custom commands that you can use to make it more natural. You can easily change the keyboard shortcut you don’t prefer to be used.
The default shortcut to copy text is, for example,ctrl+shift+c You can change this too. This can be changed. ctrl+1O r whatever you prefer. The default shortcut to open a new tab is ctrl+shift+t You might want to modify this to ctrl+2. To flip between tabs that you are currently open, the default shortcut is ctrl+tab This could be altered.ctrl+You can use this to create a new account.
How to open windows 11 terminal
Step 1: Go to desktop right click on the desktop screen.
Step 2: Than go to Open in WIndows terminal menu.