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Windows Terminal Becomes the Default Terminal in Windows 11

Microsoft has shipped new Windows 11 builds to users in the Beta channel of the Windows Insider program, and one of the biggest changes concerns the new default terminal in the operating system.

With Windows 11 build 22622.436, Windows Terminal becomes the default terminal in the operating system, though users must have at least version 1.15 installed on their devices.

“Windows Terminal is now the default terminal in Windows 11. This means, all command line applications will open in Windows Terminal automatically (Command Prompt and PowerShell, for example). The setting for this change can be found via Settings > Privacy & security > For developers. Please note that Windows Terminal version 1.15 or greater is required for this feature,” the software giant explains in the official release notes of the latest Windows 11 preview build.

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