Windows Terminal 1.15.2874 and 1.15.2875

Windows Terminal 1.15.2874 and 1.15.2875
Windows Terminal 1.15.2874 and 1.15.2875

Microsoft has released a brand-new version of Windows Terminal for Windows 10 1.15.2874 and Windows 11 1.15.2875. Microsoft highly recommends that you install this version if you’re using October Update Windows 11 22H2.

Changelog for Windows Terminal 1.15.2874 and 1.15.2875


  • Terminal will now detect the title of a LNK or EXE as the default terminal (backport from 1.16) (#13570)

[Stability and Security]

  • Windows Terminal once again works on Windows N (no media) SKUs
  • We’ve fixed the following issues that could lead to a local denial of service or worse (with many thanks to @dgl for reporting):
    • OSC 9;9 will now reject malformed paths and not further propagate them into wsl --cd (#14093)
    • OSC 8 URIs will be limited to 2MB in length, following iTerm2 (and only 1024 bytes will be displayed in the tooltip) (#14198)
  • We’ve fixed some lag and deadlocking that would happen when you close a tab (#14041)
  • We will no longer leak OpenConsole processes when they’re running a Visual Studio Developer Shell (#14160)
  • An application calling system() on its main thread will no longer deadlock itself and Terminal (when Terminal is set as default) (#14195)
  • We’ve fixed a potential race condition causing a crash on tab close (#13882)


  • The WPF control now supports accessibility notifications (#14097)
  • The Settings UI title/breadcrumb bar is now readable by screen readers (#14180)


  • You can now duplicate unfocused tabs (#13964) (thanks @JerBast!)
  • The Open in Terminal shell extension should appear more reliably on the Desktop context menu (#14048) (#14211)
  • “Export Text” will no longer suggest illegal filenames (#13693) (thanks @EliaSchiavon!)
  • Alt+Space will now open the system menu in the Settings UI and Command Palette (#14221)
  • intenseTextStyle is now included properly in the JSON schema (whoops) (#14210) (thanks @neersighted!)

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