Windows Terminal Preview 1.4 Release

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Kayla

Welcome to another release of Windows Terminal Preview and Windows Terminal! Windows Terminal Preview is now on version 1.4 and will have the new features listed below. Windows Terminal has moved to version 1.3 and will have all the features from our previous preview release. You can download both of these builds from the Microsoft Store as well as from the GitHub releases page. Let’s check out what’s new!

Jump list

You can now launch Windows Terminal Preview with a specific profile from the start menu or task bar!

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👉 Note: Icons in settings.json must be written as Windows-style file paths in order for them to appear in the jump list.

We have added hyperlink support for embedded hyperlinks. These links will appear with an underline and can be opened by holding Ctrl and clicking on the link. Support for automatically detecting plain text links is coming very soon!

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Support for rendering the blink graphic rendition attribute SGR 5 has been added to Windows Terminal. (Thanks @j4james!) This lets you have fun blinking displays inside the text buffer.

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Bug fixes

🐛 Vim will no longer start in replace mode.

🐛 The Terminal will no longer crash when selecting an out-of-bounds range through Narrator or NVDA.

Top contributors

We love recognizing those who made an impact on each release, so we’d like to acknowledge our top contributors for this month!

Contributors who opened the most non-duplicate issues

🏆 vefatica

🏆 Ariane-B

🏆 WSLUser

Contributors who created the most merged pull requests

🏆 chingucoding

🏆 j4james

🏆 codeofdusk

Contributors who provided the most comments on pull requests

🏆 skyline75489

🏆 j4james

🏆 TBBle

Cheers!

For additional documentation on all of our features, you can visit our docs site. If you have any questions or feedback, feel free to reach out to Kayla (@cinnamon_msft) on Twitter. If you find any bugs or would like to file a feature request, you can do so on GitHub. We hope you like the latest releases of Windows Terminal Preview and Windows Terminal!

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    Mamun Biswas

    The Windows Terminal is the application that is used to create the graphical representation of a terminal in the Windows operating system. There are many different versions of this software and all of them have various features that make the task easier.

    This program can be called a preview because it has been designed to show what it will look like when installed into a computer. It provides users with a visual representation of the screen. This allows people to get a feel for how a computer will look and feel once it is installed into their own computer.

    The software allows users to switch between various types of terminals. This is a very useful feature because it allows the user to see different types of computers in the office. In addition, they will be able to see what it will look like once they install the software into a real computer.

    The program is also designed to be used by people from various different backgrounds. This is something that many users have appreciated about the program. This allows people to learn more about the computer based on what they will see when they install the program into their computer. Users should also be able to view the screen in a variety of different resolutions.

    The program is also designed so that they can be viewed on a computer screen without causing a problem. A problem could occur if a user were to run the program on a different system. If this happened, then the user would end up seeing a garbled screen and this was not a good experience for the person who was running the program.

    Because of this, it is important to use the program to give people an idea of what the computer looks like. By using the program, they will be able to see what it looks like without having to get the program to work on their computer.

    The next feature that the program offers is a feature called the “Terminal Inspector”. This is similar to the built in Windows Explorer. The difference is that the inspector feature allows users to customize the appearance of the window with the help of a few simple clicks.

    The user’s computer should be able to look exactly like it looked when they install the program. It should provide them with the ability to use the preview to ensure that the computer will look the way it should look before using the program. This means that they can view what it will look like when it is actually installed into the computer without having to use any type of special tools.

    The tool also includes a feature known as the “Quickview”. This is a preview of how the program will look when the user has selected the software they want to install. Read more about Windows Terminal Preview