Microsoft gives Windows Terminal a promotion in the latest Windows 10 builds

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Microsoft gives Windows Terminal a promotion in the latest Windows 10 builds

The launch of Windows 10 construct 21382 yesterday came as a tiny bit of a surprise, but a nice one.

There wasn’t a large amount for Microsoft to yell about concerning new capabilities with this specific launch. There are developments in HDR service, enhancements to the Start menu, new icons in Explorer, fonts adjustments, and new choices from Device Manager. However, Microsoft also used the launch to remind customers which Windows Terminal is currently installed by default.

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Microsoft was doing a fantastic deal of use Terminal lately, making sweeping changes and introducing many new capabilities. The business recently announced the program could be included by default at Windows 10, and it’s used this newest launch to remind users of this addition.

Via the Windows Insider accounts, Microsoft tweeted:

Though this isn’t a huge change that can affect a massive amount of individuals, it’s a wonderful touch for anybody who does rely upon Windows Terminal. Having it contained by default ensures that the application will be accessible after a new installation without downloading it manually.

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