Moving on to software, we have the Windows Terminal. I used ConEmu with Powershell until I found Windows Terminal easier to use. And after enabling Windows Subsystem for Linux on my PC, I use it with Ubuntu 20.04.4 LTS. I replaced bash with Z shell, and with the plugin oh-my-zsh, it's easy to make command-line magic. - Source: dev.to / about 1 month ago
The tools I use the most (for general administration) are RSAT, VSCode, RDCMan, and PowerShell (via ConEmu, but the new Windows Terminal is nice too). I also do a bunch of deployment related stuff in the SCCM console, the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) console, and Lansweeper. - Source: Reddit / 2 months ago
Yeah that or instead, ConEmu itself I guess. If ConEmu won't do it then it probably won't work natively on Windows to begin with so I'm that confident about it (plus it's very customizable) :D. - Source: Reddit / 4 months ago
As I mentioned earlier, I’ve used several consoles, but it’s ConEmu that has kept me coming back to it happily. It’s very flexible and configurable! ConEmu can be downloaded directly from the developer's website here. - Source: dev.to / 8 months ago
I also love ConEmu so I always have a PS window handy. - Source: Reddit / 9 months ago
Thanks! I have worked for a client with Windows only, too. I achieved a more terminal based workflow by utilizing WSL, VSC remote code, and ConEmu. Basically, Windows was only a host for Outlook and VPN. My work was done solely in a WSL environment running Ubuntu (and all my dotfiles). - Source: Reddit / 9 months ago
In the new Git Bash instance, launch a new Tmux session normally by running tmux. You should see the usual Tmux status bar and you'll be able to use the normal Tmux functions and keyboard shortcuts. Likewise, if you run Git Bash (again, the MinTTY version) in ConEmu, Tmux works just fine in it, as well. - Source: dev.to / 10 months ago
As a Windows user, I generally use Conemu Console for my console and it has a sweet future in which you can see the current git branch on the terminal. After using Mac I wanted to see the same future on iTerm2. I found the way and I want to share it with you 🙂. - Source: dev.to / 11 months ago
ConEmu was my go-to terminal on Windows and so I was pretty bummed out when I realised that it wasn't supported on Mac. After asking some folks on my team, they suggested iTerm2 and I must admit it's equally fantastic. - Source: dev.to / 11 months ago
I'll still hold on to ConEmu as my Win terminal. - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
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