Windows Terminal is a new terminal application from Microsoft that provides command-line tools and shells including command prompts, PowerShell, and WSL. Today, through the Microsoft Store, Microsoft released a 0.7 update. A number of new features have been introduced in this major release update, including support for multi-panels, tab rearrangement, UI improvements, and more.
Key new features of Windows Terminal v0.7
Users can now separate windows into multiple panels. This allows the user to open multiple command line panels on the current tab at the same time.
Users can now sort and adjust tabs
Don’s to apply the title
You can now suppress all title change events sent by applications running in Terminal. This means that you can display the “name” or “tabTitle” of your profile in the label without updating it!
Improve the user interface
Terminal no longer has a thick border. The border in the new version is much thinner, and your accent color appears when you set the border in the Color page set by Windows Settings.
The end of the line is normal at paste time
The Alt-arrow key no longer prints extra characters
When the page content scrolls to the top, the paste operation automatically scrolls to the command line location below when using snapOnInput
Reduction of crashes caused by quickly opening or closing labels
Cascadia Code update
Now support Greek, Cyrillic and Vietnamese
The version of The Cascadia Code PL is now available
There is also a version without coding ligatures (Cascadia Mono)
Microsoft Store Installation Address . . . Update the log