Windows Terminal can now automatically detect any Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) distribution installed on your computer, as well as PowerShell Core. If either of them is installed, it is displayed in the profiles.json file.
Terminal improves the setup model. It has a defaults.json file that contains all the default settings. If you want to see what is contained in the default settings file, hold down the Alt key and click the Settings button on the drop-down menu. This file is an automatically generated file, and the profiles.json file can add multiple custom settings.
If you want to change the default key binding contained in the defaults.json file, you can set the key binding to null. in profiles.json
New launch settings
In this version, setting the terminal to maximize can be done by setting "launchmode", which can be set to "default" or "maximized".
If you want to set the initial position of the terminal, you can use the "initialposition" setting, expressed in X and Y coordinates. For example, if you want the terminal to start in the upper left corner of the main screen, you can set the following in profiles.json
You can now double-click the tab bar to maximize the window
Fix newline character problems when copying and pasting
HTML replication no longer opens clipboard
You can now use font names with more than 32 characters
When running both tabs at the same time, the text is no longer corrupted
Partial improvement to reduce collapse