The wait is over. With the next release of the Windows Terminal, we will finally able to change the app settings using a decent GUI. It is one of the best changes to the app, which was only providing a JSON file for setting its options.
Microsoft has updated the Windows Terminal to version 1.5.3242.0 in the preview and 1.4.3243.0 stable. A number of bugs have been fixed in both versions. There are no new functions have been added.
Microsoft has released a new Preview version of the Windows Terminal app. The stable branch now hosts Windows Terminal 1.4, and version 1.5 is now in preview. Here are the changes.
Microsoft has released a new stable version of Windows Terminal, which is 1.3.2651.0. Also, Microsoft has issued a new Preview release of the app with the version number 1.4.2652.0. Here are the changes.
The team behind the Windows Terminal has announced a new preview release of the app. The new features of this preview version 1.3 include the command palette, an advanced tab switcher, a tab color per a profile, and much more.
The team behind the Windows Terminal has released a maintenance update to the app. Windows Terminal Preview v1.2.2234.0 brought several fixes for most annoying bugs. There is also an update for the stable version of the app delivered with version 1.1.2233.0.
The team behind the Windows Terminal has announced a new preview release of the app. The new preview version 1.2 has new features for version 1.2 which will appear in Windows Terminal in August. There is a new Focus mode feature, Always on Top, new commands, and much more.
A new version of Windows Terminal can be downloaded from GitHub. Featuring the updated Cascadia Code 2007.01 font, it is also notable for several bugfixes.
Microsoft has shared a roadmap for the Windows Terminal app version 2.0. Microsoft is set to implement a number of new features and improvements to this modern console.
Microsoft has released the first stable Windows Terminal version to the public. You can get it from Microsoft Store, and on GitHub.