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  • Sonadow
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    Originally posted by OmniNegro View Post
    Too little, far too late.

    MS could have done this a decade ago, but they never believed the terminal mattered to end users.
    Never has and never will.

    The fact that Windows and macOS are completely usable without resorting to it while desktop Linux depends on it to near ridiculous levels says it all.

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  • geearf
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    Originally posted by OmniNegro View Post
    Still, they are using Github at least. About time they took an interest.
    You'd hope they would since they own it.

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  • OmniNegro
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    Too little, far too late.

    MS could have done this a decade ago, but they never believed the terminal mattered to end users. So be it.

    We on Linux have had all the advances they refused to even consider for a very long time.

    Mark my words, they are going to let us Linux users fix up their terminal for them, and then they will endlessly pretend they did it themselves and probably whine that they own the stuff we contribute to their closed source abomination.

    Still, they are using Github at least. About time they took an interest.

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  • Sonadow
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    It's already the default.

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  • Microsoft To Make Windows Terminal The Default Choice On Windows 11

    Phoronix: Microsoft To Make Windows Terminal The Default Choice On Windows 11

    Back in early 2019 Microsoft announced Windows Terminal as a new terminal for Windows that seemed rather Linux-inspired and supported tabs and other modern functionality. Beginning in 2022, Microsoft will make Windows Terminal their default terminal program on Windows 11...

    https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...nal-11-Default
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