This is just a very quick blog post to share my customized Windows Terminal settings.json, and it should give you an idea of how you can customize the Windows Terminal for your needs. The new Windows Terminal for Windows 10 which is open-source and you currently can get it from the Windows Store. The new Windows Terminal lets you run different shells like Windows PowerShell, PowerShell 7, Command Prompt, WSL, and also WSL 2. It provides a couple of improvements like; multiple tabs support, GPU accelerated DirectWrite/DirectX-based text rendering engine, and much more. For me, one of the biggest advantages are the advanced customizing and configuration options, which allow you to configure the Windows Terminal settings using a profiles.json file.
Windows Terminal 1.0 was released on May 19, you can find more documentation here on Microsoft Docs.
I already shared a couple of blog posts on how you can customize your Windows Terminal experience: