Creating a good-looking Windows Terminal


As a developer, I spend a "lot" of time in the terminal. I use it to run various other commands ranging from navigating to folders, running my environment, executing git commands, ...

I want my terminal to be a place that I enjoy spending time in. I want it to be a place where I can be productive.

With my daily driver, the Windows Terminal, I can make it look good and be productive at the same time. The Windows Terminal is highly customizable, and I make use the following tools to make it look good:

Some bonus tips:

I hope this helps you to make your terminal a place where you enjoy spending time in. For more tips and tricks you can check out my blog How I've set up my new Windows development environment (2022), or one of Scott Hanselman's blog posts about customizing the Windows Terminal.

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