Microsoft has revealed the official icon of the upcoming Windows Terminal, a Windows tool announced at the Build developer conference and due in preview later this summer.
Windows Terminal is supposed to completely overhaul the command line in Windows 10, as it includes all the benefits of Command Prompt (cmd.exe), PowerShell, and WSL under one roof.
Announced with much fanfare at Build in May, Windows Terminal generated quite a lot of excitement in the Windows userbase, and its debut has become one of the most anticipated moments of the year for Microsoft users.
While the work on rolling out a testing version of Windows Terminal continues, Microsoft recently revealed the official icon that the app is going to use when it goes live for Windows users.
The push for rounded corners
As you can see in the photo here, the Windows Terminal icon uses the same modern approach as Microsoft’s latest icons, and it’s based on Fluent Design with a hint of bigger changes that could make their way to more apps across Windows 10.
For example, the rounded corners appear to become a key part of Microsoft’s updated design language in Windows 10, as the company is believed to be…