But I wanted something new and discovered FluentTerminal!
You can install it via Chocolatey or by downloading it from the repository and install it (manual in repo).
choco install fluent-terminal
I needed to download the latest
*_No_Dependencies release and run
Install.ps1 afterwards to have the app available via windows menu (start and context)!
After the first start, it uses powershell and has the default settings which can be customized.
I suggest to review the keybindings and the profiles so you know how to open a certain shell by keyboard:
You can import any iterm2 compatible theme!
Find examples here: https://iterm2colorschemes.com/
Fluent Terminal has a huge advantage over hyper for me: custom fonts and symbols from oh-my-zsh in WSL are working properly without any configuration!
A Terminal Emulator based on UWP and web technologies.
- Terminal for PowerShell, CMD, WSL or custom shells
- Built-in support for SSH and Mosh connections
- Supports tabs and multiple windows
- Theming and appearance configuration
- Import/Export themes
- Import iTerm themes
- Fullscreen mode
- Editable keybindings
- Search function
- Configure shell profiles to quickly switch between different shells
- Explorer context menu integration (Installation script can be found here)
- Arabic (Iraq)
- Chinese (Simplified)
- Chinese (Traditional)
- Portuguese (Brazilian)
Sign up to POEditor to help with existing translations or add a new language
How to install (as an end-user)
- You need to update to Fall Creators Update or later.
- Search for Fluent Terminal in the Microsoft Store App or click here
Chocolatey package manager installation
- Install Chocolatey
- From an elevated/admin shell, execute…
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