Windows Terminal comes with a lot of major customization option if you have customizes your Windows Terminal, and somehow you want to reset Windows Terminal. So, today we help you to reset the Windows terminal to make as default settings.
Why Reset the Windows Terminal?
Windows terminal doesn’t have a dedicated setting like other applications, so it has been quite complicated to perform your own.
- Open Windows Terminal and then click on the small down arrow icon placed at the upper-left corner of the windows.
- There, you have a list of various options. Click on Settings, and then a new window pop-up, so select the notepad from there.
- Once the Settings.json file appears in your notepad, all your customization will appear on the JSON file within the notepad.
- Delete all the customization and then click on the File option and save it to save.
- Close the Notepad and then Close the Windows Terminal.
- That’s it, and your Windows Terminal will be reset to its default value so far.
You have saved the default setting so far now you can re-start doing customization on your Windows terminal. Hopefully, this guide will help you a lot. If there is any query, share with us in the comment section down below.
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