Before I start, let’s clear up some terms. Your terminal has a “shell” (like zsh or bash), and an interface or terminal (like iTerm or HyperTerm). The shell is like the brain—it figures out what your commands mean. The interface is like your keyboard—it lets you talk to the shell. When you type commands, you’re typing them into the “prompt” or console.
We’re nearly there. Let’s finish off with a few more tips:
- Faster Typing: Use zsh-autosuggestions to speed up typing commands.
- Last Login Message: Tired of the “last login” message? You can remove it!
- Personal Touch: Make your terminal yours by customizing your computer’s name.
- Look and Feel: Choose a look for your VSCode terminal that matches your style.