Windows Terminal is great and split panes are one of the best functions of this tool. We can split our work-area how we want and avoid the need for switching between tabs.
We can split panes thanks to keyboard shortcuts:
alt+shift+-. For more details click the link.
Another option is using command-line arguments which gives us more flexibility. The syntax isn’t difficult but for instance, I never remember the names of my profiles.
That is why I created Start-WindowsTerminal (alisa – start-wt) function. The function helps me open “Windows Terminal” with shells that I need in one window.Continue Reading