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Windows Terminal 1.0 released

The first stable release of Windows Terminal 1.0 has been released.
I've been using this for a while now and with version 1.0 it's finally moved to a stable release.
So why/what's this about? There's plenty of articles online about this so do a search online to get more information but the main advantages/features are: a customisable terminal at lastmultiple tabsworks with various shells including cmd, wsl, powershell, cmd, bash etc image backgroundshigh performance as it can use GPU driven rendering.Integrate posh-git and powerline fonts to give yourself a pretty prompt as described by Scott Hanselman: