A New Interface Design to Settings Menu in Windows Terminal

A New Interface Design to Settings Menu in Windows Terminal

Microsoft continues to improve Windows Terminal, which it introduced about two years ago. With a new update, the company is preparing to present the ‘Settings’ menu with a new interface design to users. Microsoft introduced Windows Terminal for Windows 10 in early 2019. This new command-line application has received various improvements with many updates since its launch.

To improve the user experience, Microsoft has made frequent improvements in the interface design of the command line application. This time, they are working on a new interface that will make the ‘Settings‘ menu in Windows Terminal more functional.

A New Interface Design to Settings Menu in Windows Terminal

The new interface, which will be out soon, will allow the ‘Settings’ menu to be opened as a new tab. With this new interface, Windows Terminal customizations will be much more practical. Users will be able to easily make changes with a familiar Windows menu view without requiring command over JSON file for Terminal customization.

There will always be an option not to activate the interface for those who want to continue working in a classic way and not use the new interface. Users will be able to continue trading using JSON files if they wish. Windows Terminal program manager Kayla Cinnamon shared the first details of the new interface in a short video on Twitter. The new interface is expected to be available soon. For the new ‘Settings’ interface and all its innovations, you can follow the company’s GitHub page by clicking here. Also, you can check our other news here.