Microsoft plans to make its Windows Terminal app the default command-line experience in Windows 11 starting in 2022. The app will replace the current command prompt, the company writes in a December 14 blog post.
Microsoft will first test using the default Windows Terminal with Windows Insiders over the next year. The company did not specify how and when exactly the terminal will replace the command prompt. This could happen as part of the upcoming Windows 11 22H2 feature update, or perhaps earlier, through some other mechanism. Users can now set Windows Terminal manually as their default application in Windows 11.
Microsoft first announced the Windows Terminal application in 2019, before releasing version 1.0 in 2020 as an open source application. It allows users to run the command prompt, PowerShell, the Windows sub-system for Linux, and more in a single application.
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