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I'm forced by my job to use this fucking unusable piece of horse shit also know as a Windows operating system.

And it's not only that I have experienced every fucking corner case bug that is possible to occur in our universe.

Not only that that for last 2 years I seen more blue screen than blue sky.

Not only that forced updates fucked my schedules so many times that now I'm really *afraid* to turn off my computer off because I have zero guarantee that I will be able to restart it in a reasonable amount of time.

No, neither of those broke me.

The thing that kills me everyday is, piece by piece ...

WHY THE FUCK THERE IS NO SINGLE, USEABLE, SANE TERMINAL EMULATOR ON WINDOWS

I JUST WANT TO TYPE SOME COMMANDS, COPY/PASTE TEXT AND SCROLL

IS IT TO MUCH ?????

FUCK CMD
FUCK POWERSHELL
FUCK WSL
FUCK ALL THOSE WANKY THIRD-PARTY EMULATORS
FUCK EVERY-COMMAND-LINE-REALATED THING ON WINDOWS

FUCKING USLESS SHIT
CANT EVEN DO SOME SSH COPY/PASTE SHIT
WITHOUT SOME WEIRD CHARACTERS POPING OUT EVERYWHERE.

AND FUCK THAT EVERY ONE OF THOSE MUST HAVE TOTTALY DIFFERENT SET OF KEY SHORTCUTS

AND THAT FUCKING BELL
WHY WOULD YOU EVEN PUT A FUCKING BELL SOUND AS DEFAULT SETTING ??

GO TO HELL MICROSOFT

I WANT MY LINUX BACK

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  • 1
    Ah, I see you're a linux user! Can I tell you about a new distro that's picking up popularity?
  • 1
    I haven't seen a BSOD in years.

    Is this Windows 10 Pro? If so you can reduce significantly updates via policy. Unless of course, you machine is on a domain. Then you might talk to a domain admin to see if there is a way to reduce them.

    Can you install git or msys? You can add utils to the git bin like wget. Customize your own shell commands.
  • 4
    mingw and putty are the best I've used in Windows, but even the shittiest of linux-native X terminal emulators leave them in the dust.
  • 0
    Though, my favorite TE has an installer for windows. You might check that out.

    https://github.com/alacritty/...
  • 3
    No one here is convincing me , even urxvt as is by default beats any windows terminal out there
  • 1
    Have you heard of the new Windows Terminal? It's actually not that bad.
  • 0
    I can recommend Window Terminal and ConEmu. Additionally I use scoop to get at least some form of package management in. It's still not perfect but it has become tolerable.
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