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Windows Terminal will become the default command line application in Windows 11

Windows Terminal will become the default command line application in Windows 11

Microsoft plans to make Windows Terminal the default command-line application on Windows 11 next year. While Windows 11 currently offers the option to set Terminal as the preferred program, the Windows Console Host has always played the role of the terminal in Microsoft’s operating system.

A Microsoft spokesman said the company plans to make Windows Terminal the default command-line program in Windows 11 during 2022. The innovation will first affect Windows Insiders, and later, throughout the year, will cover all users of the latest operating system. Microsoft. It is worth noting that for most ordinary users, the change will go unnoticed.

Windows Terminal will become the default command line application in Windows 11

The Windows Terminal program first appeared in Windows 10 in 2019 after being announced at Microsoft’s annual Build developer conference that same year. The app includes support for multiple tabs, as well as skins, customizations, and support for full text and emoji rendering using the GPU.

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