How to Reset Windows Terminal Settings to Defaults in Win11/10


Windows Terminal is a modern, powerful, fast, efficient, and productive application to manage multiple command-line tools including PowerShell, Command Prompt, etc. It is developed by Microsoft to replace Windows Console.

It supports Unicode and UTF-8 character, custom themes, styles, and configurations, multiple tabs, panes, and a GPU accelerated text rendering engine.

If you customize some settings in Windows Terminal and some issues happen, for example, Windows Terminal not opening/starting/responding. In this case, you can reset Windows Terminal to default settings. Well then, how to do this task in Windows 11 or 10? Follow the methods below.

Read »
Created by Vera 8 weeks 3 days ago – Made popular 8 weeks 2 days ago
Category: Software   Tags: