The wait is over. With the next version of Windows Terminal, we will finally be able to change the application settings using a decent GUI.
It is one of the best changes in the application, which had only one JSON file to define its options.
Windows Terminal is a state-of-the-art console tool for command line users that changes the way you work with the command line, PowerShell, and WSL in Windows 10.
Utilizes the user experience with tabs, shell profiles, hotkeys and an incredible user interface.
Windows Terminal is open source and, thanks to the tabbed UI, allows you to organize the Command Prompt, PowerShell and Windows Subsystem for Linux gadgets into a single application.
Today, Kayla Cinnamon, who is the program administrator at Microsoft, unveiled the Settings GUI that will come in the next version of Windows Terminal Preview.
- Kayla Cinnamon ☕ (@cinnamon_msft) -
Its design is reminiscent of the Windows Settings application. Includes options categories on the left with a set of settings on the right side of the window that the user can customize as he pleases.
If you are ok with it JSON configuration file, you can continue to use it. However, the new settings GUI will make it easier for new users to configure the Windows terminal.