Microsoft today released two new Windows Terminal versions. The stable channel has received version 1.10, which has got all the changed announced earlier. Today's preview release, version 1.11, comes with a galore of exciting changes, including the ability to minimize it to the system tray, open new tab to the desired folder by simply dragging it onto the terminal window. There are also eye-candy changes like the acrylic effect applied to the title bar.
Here's how you can disable Quake Mode in Windows Terminal and release its keyboard shortcut, Win + `. Starting in version 1.9, the app includes Quake Mode on Windows 10. By disabling this feature you release the Win + ` hotkey and can use it in other apps, and can be sure that you won't open Windows Terminal accidentally.
Today we will see how to change Quake Mode Keyboard Shortcut in Windows Terminal. Starting in version 1.9, the app includes Quake Mode on Windows 10. This feature replicates the console behavior of the infamous Quake first-person shooter game, which appears as a drop-down from the top edge of the screen, but has no option to change its keyboard shortcut (hotkey).
Starting in version 1.9 of the app, you can open Quake Mode in Windows Terminal on Windows 10. This feature replicates the console behavior of the infamous Quake first-person shooter game, which appears as a drop-down from the top edge of the screen.
Here are great news from the Windows Terminal camp. Microsoft released two versions of its modern Terminal app. Version 1.8 is available in the stable branch with general improvements and fixes. Windows Terminal Preview hits version 1.9, which now comes with a brand new feature - Quake Mode.
You can reset Windows Terminal to defaults in Windows 10 if you have issues with opening or using it. It stores its settings in a special JSON file, and automatically creates a backup copy of that file each time you change the app options.
How to Remove Open in Windows Terminal Context Menu in Windows 10.
When you have Windows Terminal installed, it add the Open in Windows Terminal entry to the right-click menu of folders in File Explorer. If you are not happy to have it, here's how to get rid of that item.
Windows Terminal developers open this week with two new releases. The one is in the Stable channel, which is version 1.6.10571.0, and the Preview release is version 1.7.572.0. Here what is new in these updates.
Windows Terminal developers finish this week with two fresh releases. The one in the Stable channel received version 1.5.10411, and the Preview release is version 1.6.10412. Here what is new in these updates.