The new Windows Terminal seems to make programming on Windows much better than ever. It is now beautiful, customizable as its counterparts. Today I just found it included a new GUI setting to make self-customization easier and more friendly.
The latest windows terminal includes a GUI setting interface (the original one is simply a json file), to open it just
Ctrl + , and play with your own!
It is also possible to do something as below to enable Emacs keybinding and set new theme
# install posh-git and oh-my-posh Install-Module -Name posh-git -AllowPrerelease -Force Install-Module oh-my-posh -Scope CurrentUser -RequiredVersion 2.0.412 # install PSreadline to enable Emacs keybinding Install-Module -Name PSReadLine -Scope CurrentUser -Force -SkipPublisherCheck # edit profile file sublime_text.ext $PROFILE # then add Import-Module posh-git Import-Module oh-my-posh Set-Theme pure # if you use Emacs keybinding Set-PSReadLineOption -EditMode Emacs
Couple with the other new post, Now I can operate remote file more smoothly.