According to the company, the experience designed to be the primary experience to use Command Prompt, PowerShell, and Linux distros is now switching the version syntax to match the Windows 10 releases. This means that starting with version 0.5, the update becomes the September 2019 release, version 1909. In addition, this release introduces a new Microsoft’s Cascadia Code font, which will install automatically with the Windows Terminal version 0.5. The app now ships with a settings schema, and it has the ability to offer autofill suggestions when editing the “profiles.json” settings file. Using the Alt + F4 will now close the terminal, and you can now use a pen to select text without the mouse. Alongside these changes, Microsoft is noting various bug fixes with the Windows Terminal, and announced that testers can expect new previews of the app every month, and version 1.0 should be ready by the end of 2019, with a public release in April 2020. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.