How to Open Windows Terminal

Windows Terminal can be opened in a variety of ways in Windows 10. Let’s find out what they are. You’ll also see here the steps to create a shortcut for Windows Terminal. Method #1 Press Windows + R to open Run. Type wt and press Enter. You can also use the above command in the […]

How to Enable Title Bar in Windows Terminal

Windows Terminal does not have a title bar by default. You can enable the title bar if you wish. Let’s see how. Press Windows+ R to open Run, type wt, and then press Enter. You can see the down arrow at the top of the Windows Terminal window. Click on it. Hit Settings. Click on […]

How to Change Windows Terminal Default Height and Width

Windows Terminal allows you to change its default height and width. Here’s how to do it on Windows 10: You can open Run by pressing Windows + R. Enter wt and hit Enter. The down arrow is visible at the top of the Windows Terminal window. Click on it. Hit Settings. Within the Startup section, […]

How to Change Default Directory in Windows Terminal

In Windows Terminal, the current user directory is the default directory. If you wish, you can change it. Let’s see how to do it on Windows 10. Start the Run dialog box by pressing Windows + R. Type wt and then press Enter. In Windows Terminal, click the down arrow at the top. Click Settings. […]

How to Enable Always on Top in Windows Terminal

The Windows Terminal’s Always on Top functionality makes it stay on top of other open windows. Here’s how to enable it in Windows 10: Press Windows + R to open Run. Type in wt and press Enter. Press the down arrow at the top of the Windows Terminal window. Now, hit Settings. Hit Appearance in […]