If you really want to improve the Windows Terminal experience, and enhance the visual aids when you're navigating and working with command lines like Git, then this is for you. Easily install and configure oh-my-posh and a custom NerdFont, and you're off to an amazing Windows Terminal journey.
I received questions about my Windows Terminal experience. Particularly someone asked how to configure the use of third-party terminals inside of the Windows Terminal experience. Let's take a look at two example: cmder, and Visual Studio Developer Command Prompt.
Here's another tip for how to customize the experience in Windows Terminal. We're configuring the color scheme, or theme. Check out how to configure any custom colors, and pick some of the pre-defined ones that already look great!
We're diving into another post about the Windows Terminal and a common question I receive - how did you configure the starting directory to always be your desired folder? Let's check it out.
We're exploring how to configure images as backgrounds for Windows Terminal. Configure opacity and images for all, or individual terminals.
We're taking a look at how to enable opacity/transparency in the Windows Terminal.