Windows Terminal is a new application. In this episode, we will provide a course overview, introduce learners to the course, and provide course expectations.
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>> Hey everybody welcome
to Windows Terminal.
I'm Mike Rodrick entertainer
here at IT Pro TV.
And I've been working
with Windows Terminal.
Well, since it's released since its
better day, so quite some time.
And man, has it gone through some changes.
It's a pretty slick product at this point.
Super excited about this course.
This course is gonna teach
you about Windows Terminal.
And how we can use it to work
with multiple shelves, right?
Windows has come a long way.
It's not just the command prompt anymore.
We've got the command prompt,
we've got PowerShell,
versions of PowerShell.
What else you have, your Windows
subsystem for Lennox, your Ashes CLI and
a lot of shells now and Windows Terminal
is gonna help us work with all of those.
The cool thing about this course there's
really no prerequisite knowledge.
We are gonna start from the beginning,
I'll walk you through getting
Windows Terminal installed and
we'll go from there.
All right, of course, is laid out
basically in a three pronged attack.
That first section.
The introduction, we're gonna talk
about what Windows Terminal is
exactly as many people
get confused with that.
I think maybe it's a shell and
we'll talk about that.
And we'll take a look at again how
we're gonna get it downloaded and
installed in Windows or
whether or not it's included.
We'll take a look at that.
And then our second section is
gonna be our basic settings.
So these are gonna be settings that I
want to configure just about every time.
Just to get started and
get working with Windows Terminal and
make it comfortable for you to use.
And then that third domain or
that third section is where we'll get
into some of our more advanced settings.
Settings that you might not need but
they're really cool,
we can work with multiple panes.
We can do our own custom key bindings,
a lot of really cool stuff.
Windows Terminal is a very
very powerful application.
So I'm really excited about this course,
because Windows Terminal is the new
default terminal for
the Windows application, right?
That's what's gonna be shipped
with Windows coming up.
I know I'm giving away my secrets here but
it is gonna be the new
default terminal for Windows,
you can make it your default now.
It brings all of these shells
together in one place and so
it really allows me to take advantage of
all the new things we can do in Windows.
And I like the way we've laid this
course out being structured for
different skill sets.
So if you need to start
from the beginning, great.
If you're ready to get into the more
advanced settings you've been working with
Windows Terminal for a while.
Skip those first sections and
jump right into the advanced settings or
go back and
do some of those basic settings.
So it's up to you.
I hope everybody out there is ready for
Let's get started.
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