The Windows Terminal is a modern, fast, efficient, powerful, and productive terminal application for users of command-line tools and shells like Command Prompt, PowerShell, and WSL. Its main features include multiple tabs, panes, Unicode and UTF-8 character support, a GPU accelerated text rendering engine, and custom themes, styles, and configurations.
Several times, you might want to show the Windows Terminal over all other opened programs on your screen. For example. You want to copy the command from a browser window and paste it into the Windows Terminal. However, the default setting won’t let you do that since you must use your mouse to click on the Windows Terminal window first. The default setting always places the active window on the top of other programs, no matter how many apps are opened on your screen.
If you are troubleshooting Windows, you might often want to see the Windows Terminal on top of all other opened programs on your screen. The best thing about it is that you do not need to use any Registry tweak since it comes with an in-built setting that allows you to do so.
In this risewindows post, we will help you with how to enable or turn on the Always on top feature for Windows Terminal in Windows 11.
How to Enable Always on top for Windows Terminal?
To enable “Always on top” for Windows Terminal in Windows 11, do the following steps:-
Step 1. Firstly, press
Step 2. Now, select the
Step 3. Then, click on the down-arrow icon and select the
Step 4. Next, select the
Step 5. Here, find the
Step 6. Next, toggle the button to turn it on.
Step 7. At last, click the
Once it’s done, you can use your mouse to move the Windows Terminal window on other programs to check. It will always stay on top of the other opened programs and Taskbar.
That’s it for the article.
I hope this post will help you with your queries.
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