When comparing Tabby Terminal vs WezTerm, the Slant community recommends Tabby Terminal for most people. In the question“What are the best terminal emulators for Windows?” Tabby Terminal is ranked 2nd while WezTerm is ranked 28th.
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Pro It looks just beautiful
Pro It's open source
This helps the community to move software forward and to make it even better.
Pro It comes with plugins
A lot of things can be easily configured, e.g. color theme, size, window frame behavior, tab location, cursor style, hotkeys, etc.
Pro Is cross-platform
Even the question was "...for Windows", it's nice if you can use your tools over different platforms.
Pro Under active development
Hyper development has basically stalled out.
Pro Excellent interface
At start opens last session terminals. Also has terminal tabs.
Pro Integrated GitBash, Cmd, PowerShell, and WSL
Pro Integrates with git-bash with a simple toggle in the interface
Pro Supports multiple windows, tabs, splits/panes
tmux-like functionality with native UI even on Windows systems allows managing multiple terminal sessions how you like.
Pro Looks good
Highly customizable appearance and comes with over 240 built-in color schemes.
Pro Open Source and Free
Pro Supports font ligatures and stylistic sets
Ships with JetBrains Mono, a modern programmers font, so that you can enjoy modern typographical features such as contextual ligatures and font variations/stylistic sets in your terminal environment.
Pro GPU Accelerated
Con Some functions still fail
Con Graphics bugs on all platforms
On Windows 10 and Debian 11, Debian 12 the graphics starts bug after some usage. It always happens, even on different computers.
Con Slow with input lag
Sadly, Electron strikes again. The input lag is noticeable and annoying. Startup also takes like 2 seconds or more (On an i7 from 2016 with SSD).
It's huge. The amount of resources it consumes is not justifiable.
Con Cannot remove the default profiles
For example, you installed Arch Linux for Windows Subsystem for Linux some time ago, but now you have deleted it and currently use Ubuntu on WSL. After that, if you decide to try this terminal emulator, you'll find Arch there without an option to remove the profiles already included in Terminus.
Con Lua learning curve for config
The only reason it would be difficult to recommend is that it's for experienced programmers.