Complete list of Windows Terminal Shortcut keys

List having all 52 Windows Terminal Shortcut keys.

Windows Terminal Shortcut keys

The Windows Terminal is an excellent cross-platform utility that hosts Windows PowerShell and command prompt. This tool was introduced with Windows 10 1903 offering to run the consoles in different tabs. There are also many key combinations to control the Windows Terminal. Ctrl + Shift + P works as a master key to open all the shortcut keys list on the console.

Windows Terminal Shortcut keys will help you to use this tool fast and easily for running commands and cmdlets. Ctrl+Shift+P allows the tool to show all the hotkeys.

Windows Terminal Shortcut keys list

Here is the complete list of Windows Terminal Shortcut keys –

No. Command name Shortcut key
1. Close window Alt+f4
2. Copy text Ctrl+c
3. Decrease font size Ctrl+minus
4. Increase font size Ctrl+plus
5. Duplicate pane Alt+shift+d
6. Duplicate tab Ctrl+shift+d
7. Find Ctrl+shift+f
8. Move focus down Alt+down
9. Move focus left Alt+left
10. Move focus right Alt+right
11. Move focus up Alt+up
12. Move focus to the last used pane Ctrl+alt+left
13. New tab Ctrl+shift+t
14. New tab, profile index: 0 Ctrl+shift+1
15. New tab, profile index: 1 Ctrl+shift+2
16. New tab, profile index: 2 Ctrl+shift+3
17. New tab, profile index: 3 Ctrl+shift+4
18. New tab, profile index: 4 Ctrl+shift+5
19. New tab, profile index: 5 Ctrl+shift+6
20. New tab, profile index: 6 Ctrl+shift+7
21. New tab, profile index: 7 Ctrl+shift+8
22. New tab, profile index: 8 Ctrl+shift+9
23. Next tab Ctrl+tab
24. Open default settings file Ctrl+alt+,
25. Open new tab dropdown Ctrl+shift+space
26. Open settings file Ctrl+,
27. Pate Ctrl+V
28. Previous tab Ctrl+shift+tab
29. Reset font size Ctrl+0
30. Resize pane down Alt+shift+down
31. Resize pane left Alt+shift+left
32. Resize pane right Alt+shift+right
33. Resize pane up Alt+shift+up
34. Scroll down Ctrl+shift+down
35. Scroll down one page Ctrl+shift+pgdn
36. Scroll to the bottom of history Ctrl+shift+end
37. Scroll down to the top of history Ctrl+shift+home
38. Scroll up Ctrl+shift+up
39. Scroll up one page Ctrl+shift+pgup
40. Split pane. Split – horizontal Alt+shift+minus
41. Split pane split – vertical Alt+shift+plus
42. Switch to tab, index:0 Ctrl+alt+1
43. Switch to tab, index:1 Ctrl+alt+2
44. Switch to tab, index:2 Ctrl+alt+3
45. Switch to tab, index:3 Ctrl+alt+4
46. Switch to tab, index:4 Ctrl+alt+5
47. Switch to tab, index:5 Ctrl+alt+6
48. Switch to tab, index:6 Ctrl+alt+7
49. Switch to tab, index:7 Ctrl+alt+8
50. Switch to tab, index:8 Ctrl+alt+9
51. Toggle command palette Ctrl+shift+p
52. Toggle fullscreen F11

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