May 25, 2022

Windows Terminal Preview 1.14 Release

It’s Microsoft Build! We have a Windows Terminal Preview release for you focused on fixing bugs and improving quality. This release also migrates Windows Terminal to […]
May 5, 2022

Case Study: How many colors are too many colors for Windows Terminal?

A group of users were trying to implement a simple, terminal-based video game and found the performance under Windows Terminal to be entirely unsuitable for such […]
March 10, 2022

.NET 4.x app running in a container using Docker

So this blog post comes from doing some work recently to containerize a .Net 4.8 project that needs to run on a Windows container. I wrote […]
February 4, 2022

Windows Terminal Preview 1.13 Release

Welcome to the first Windows Terminal release of 2022! This release will add the new features below to Windows Terminal Preview 1.13 and migrate Windows Terminal […]
December 30, 2021

Git using Github Desktop on Windows for SysAdmins

Git (Git is software for tracking changes in any set of files, usually used for coordinating work among programmers collaboratively developing source code during software development, […]
December 18, 2021

Windows Wednesday

Hey everyone! We have an exciting new web show planned to launch next year called Windows Wednesday that we’d love to tell you more about. What […]
December 15, 2021

Windows Terminal as your Default Command Line Experience

Hey Windows Terminal fans! This month we are delivering a servicing release and the next feature release is scheduled for January, so we figured we’d write […]