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Windows 11 Preview in Beta Channel comes with Tablet-optimized taskbar
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Windows 11 Dev Channel finally brings Task Manager with a right click, and more
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Microsoft has released Windows Terminal 1.14 Stable and Windows Terminal 1.15 Preview today. The updates bring new features like Mark mode, scroll marks as well as multiple crash fixes.
The latest Windows Terminal Preview release v1.13.1098 brings several bug fixes. These fixes include a ContentDialog bug, a Windows 11 animation queue problem, a debug log spam issue, and more.
Windows Terminal v1.12.1098 brings the refreshed Windows 11 UI to the general public. Alongside that, it also fixes a Windows 10 crash issue, rendering issue, a retro Terminal effect bug, and more.
The latest Windows Terminal version 1.12.1073 come in a separate Windows 11 package to make for a smaller size. It also fixes many issues like a PowerToys bug, and Element not found error, and more.
Microsoft is changing the default command line experience to Windows Terminal instead of Windows Console Host in Windows 11 starting from 2022. Third-party terminals will also be allowed as defaults.
Accessing a particular location in Windows 10 throws an error message that a drive has been corrupted and needs to be fixed via restarting with chkdsk. A fix is not available in Windows 10 20H2.
Apart from multi-instancing support in UWP apps, Microsoft has announced the ability to build UWP console apps. Both classes of apps will also be able to take advantage of broader file-system access.
Microsoft took to MSDN to shoot down a rumor spread by numerous sites claiming the removal of the ubiquitous command prompt, while clarifying the misreported change.