Windows Terminal Preview 1.11 is out, and version 1.10 is headed to stable users. The preview brings pane improvements, the ability to drag and drop directories, an acrylic title bar, and much more.
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Microsoft has released Windows Terminal Preview 1.10 that adds a few new features. These include the addition of a command palette button to the dropdown menu, support for bold text, and more.
Microsoft has released Windows Terminal Preview 1.9. It includes a new Quake Mode allowing users to quickly launch the command line from anywhere inside Windows using a keyboard shortcut.
Microsoft has released Windows Terminal 1.7 for preview users with windowing improvements, a new Real-only pane, settings UI improvements, and much more. Version 1.6 is now generally available.
This last week brought into view Microsoft's Q2 FY 2021 earnings report, the impressive growth of Game Pass, new Insider builds, and an updated Edge roadmap. Be sure to catch up via our overview.
Today, Microsoft is releasing its latest preview release of Windows Terminal. It contains a revamp of the settings UI, although the new look is only in alpha for now and is not enabled by default.
Microsoft teases on Twitter that a new release of Windows Terminal is coming soon to the preview version featuring GUI for the Settings page. The Settings GUI opens as one of the tabs.
Windows Terminal Preview 1.5 is now out with full hyperlink support, a bunch of command palette improvements, new actions, and a bunch of bug fixes. Version 1.4 is now generally available.
Microsoft has released a new version of its Windows Terminal for both preview users and the stable version. Preview 1.4 adds support for jump lists, hyperlinks, and SGR 5 blink attribute.
Today, Microsoft announced a number of new features for developers at its Ignite 2020 conference. There are new features for WinUI 3, Windows Terminal, React Native, MSIX, and more.
Microsoft has released a new version of its Windows Terminal for both preview users and the stable version. Preview 1.3 adds a Visual Studio-like command palette, a tab switcher, and more.
Today, Microsoft announced the release of version 1.1 of its Windows Terminal application. It contains a bunch of new features, such as renaming tabs, changing their colors, and more.
Microsoft today announced that Windows Terminal is now at version 1.0, a full year after it was announced at Build 2019. That means that it's stable and ready for businesses to use.
Microsoft has released a new preview build of Windows Terminal, bringing the tool to version 0.11. The update focuses on changes to the app's settings, adding new options and removing some old ones.
Microsoft has released a new version of the Windows Terminal with a couple of new features. It now supports mouse input in Windows Subsystem for Linux apps, and you can duplicate the current pane.
Microsoft has released the final preview of Windows Terminal with some new features. This release adds launch command line arguments, auto-detect PowerShell versions, bug fixes and more!
Microsoft has released the latest version of Windows Terminal, adding new features like search, a new optional retro effect for the UI, and improvements to the size of tabs. There are also bug fixes.
Microsoft has released a new preview version of Windows Terminal, which is version number 0.7. It includes the ability to split the window in two so you can have multiple prompts side by side.
Microsoft has released a new preview build of the Windows Terminal tool, introducing the new Cascadia Code font, settings schema, stylus support, and a few other improvements and fixes.
Microsoft has announced the latest release of Windows Terminal, bringing the version number to 0.3. It has a bunch of new features, such as a draggable title bar, an improved button layout, and more.
Microsoft has published a very early version of its Windows Terminal application on the Microsoft Store; however, the app doesn't actually do anything after you install it just yet.
The Windows Terminal, a tool first announced at this year's Build, now has a brand new icon that falls in line with the design ideology Microsoft has been using for its product and app icons.
It's the end of another month, and Microsoft has rounded up this month's updates to Microsoft 365. Many of them include news revealed at Build, such as Microsoft Search and Windows Terminal.
Microsoft made a number of announcements for its developer toolkit, including the first major update to the Windows Subsystem for Linux, Windows Terminal, an update for Windows UI Library, and more.