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.
Within the Startup section, you’ll find the “Launch size” section that includes Columns and Rows.
The former is used to change the width, while the latter is used to change the height.
Use them to change the Windows Terminal’s width and height according to your needs.
Hit the Save button.
That’s all. Close the Windows Terminal and reopen it to see the changes.