Microsoft is seriously working on the development of Terminal to meet the plan of final release of the application in May 2020. Program Manager Kayla Cinnamon has announced on Github about V0.9. This is the penultimate version of Windows Terminal v1.0 and includes some important improvements.
Windows Terminal supports command line, WSL, WSL2, and PowerShell and has a goal to run cmdlet consuming less memory and power. This edition delivers some awesome functionality including command line args for multi-pane setup.
Windows Terminal V0.9 changelog
Here are Windows Terminal V0.9 features and improvements –
- Command line arguments,
- new-tab, split-pane, focus-tab,
wt -d . (opens a new Terminal in the current working directory).
wt -p “profile name” (opens a new Terminal with the given profile).
wt; new-tab -p “profile name”; split-pane -V -p “profile name”.
- Accessibility improvements.
Windows Terminal is gonna deliver some awesome functionality next week including command line args for multi-pane setup https://t.co/uBCD2znMHO
— Ted Hudek (@tedhudek) February 4, 2020
Source – Github.