TheÂ Windows TerminalÂ is a modern, fast, efficient, powerful, and productive terminal application for users of command-line tools and shells like Command Prompt, PowerShell, and WSL. Its main features include multiple tabs, panes, Unicode and UTF-8 character support, a GPU accelerated text rendering engine, and custom themes, styles, and configurations.
Starting withÂ Windows 10 build 21337, Windows Terminal is now an inbox app.
Windows 10 includes aÂ Open in Windows TerminalÂ context menu by default when youÂ right clickÂ orÂ shift + right clickÂ on a folder or folder background, but this does not open Windows Terminal elevated (run as administrator).
This tutorial will show you how to add or remove aÂ Open in Windows Terminal as administratorÂ context menu for all users inÂ Windows 10.
TheÂ Open in Windows Terminal as administratorÂ context menu will allow you to select to open an elevated Windows Terminal to the current folder path with theÂ default shell profile,Â Command PromptÂ shell profile, orÂ Windows PowerShellÂ shell profile.