Famous for buggy software releases, Microsoft has released a Servicing Release for Windows Terminal to fix some major issues in the first 1.12 stable drop, as they call it. The new release has build number 1.12.10393.0.

So if you are a daily user of Windows Terminal, it’s wise to install this patch update to avoid possible issues in the previous installation.

Microsoft: This is a quick servicing release to fix a couple of big issues in the initial 1.12 stable drop.

Fixed in Windows Terminal 1.12.10393.0

  • Terminal is once again localized (#12375)
    • We encountered an issue in automatic language detection, which resulted in our package’s languages
      being ignored.
  • “Default Terminal” profile matching now works better for profiles containing unquoted whitespace (#12348)
  • We believe we have fixed an unusual crash on launch in constructing the taskbar Jump List (#12430)
  • Symbols are now published to the public symbol server! Woot! (#12441)
  • We’ve fixed a crash that used to surface while Magnifier or other assistive technologies were running (#12436)
  • Ubuntu users with overridden command lines will no longer see a confusing “~¬†could not be found” error (#12437)

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