When comparing Take Command vs Windows Terminal, the Slant community recommends Windows Terminal for most people. In the question“What are the best terminal emulators for Windows?” Windows Terminal is ranked 12th while Take Command is ranked 24th. The most important reason people chose Windows Terminal is:
Not a command prompt/processor (i.e. *shell*) but a host for such applications. - [ANSI / Virtual Terminal sequences](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ANSI_escape_code) - [24-bit Color](https://devblogs.microsoft.com/commandline/24-bit-color-in-the-windows-console/) - [Pseudoconsole ("ConPTY")](https://devblogs.microsoft.com/commandline/windows-command-line-introducing-the-windows-pseudo-console-conpty/)
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Pro Text processing tools
Regular expression pattern enabled tools for text filtering, searching, substitution, and conversion.
Pro Powerfull scripting language
Powerfull scripting language with a lot of commands and predefined variables.
Pro File compression tools
File compression tools, e.g. bz2, gz, tar, 7zip and zip.
Pro FTP Command Line Client
Command line driven FTP client.
Pro Batch Debugger
It has a GUI Debugger for Batch files as well the own scripting language (BTM).
Pro Easy and well documented JSON settings
Pro Open Source under the MIT License
Pro Official Microsoft product
Pro Multiple shell support
Pro Microsoft is nailing on its features
Con Unstable and buggy
Sometimes freezes and/or crashes.
Con Requires latest version of Windows 10
Con Configured via (mostly) documented json
Con Doesn't have feature "Open Context Menu"
Poorly, this perfect terminal doesn't has this feature for Windows version.