This is a really short blog post and more of a reminder than anything else. You might have seen the new Windows Terminal for Windows 10 was just released in the Windows Store as a preview. However, in the last couple of updates to the Windows Terminal app, it got to a state which already makes it my default terminal. The Windows Terminal allows you to run Windows PowerShell, PowerShell Core and even Bash using the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). Especially the integration of the Azure Cloud Shell is a great plus for me. In this blog post, I am just going to show you how you can open the Windows Terminal from command prompt or Run (WIN + R).
To open Windows Terminal from the command line (cmd) or in Windows Run (WIN +R) type:
cmd, command, command line, Command Prompt, Microsoft, PowerShell, Windows, Windows 10, Windows Terminal, WSL, WT Last modified: September 22, 2019