At its Build developer conference last year, Microsoft took the wraps off its Linux inspired Windows Terminal. This lets users access the Command Prompt, PowerShell, and WSL Windows Subsystem for Linux in the one place. Since then, Microsoft has been adding additional features, such as multiple panes and tab re ordering, across a number of preview versions. Most recently the software giant added mouse support and duplicate panes. Today, at the virtual Build 2020, the company announces that...

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