Windows Terminal will be an up-to-date command line tool that will consist of the performance of PowerShell and Command Prompt.
"Windows 10 Command Prompt hasn’t seen many major modifications throughout its years-long existence . . ."
Command Prompt hasn't seen any modifications because it emulates the legacy DOS screen. That's all it's ever been. That's all it ever should be. Other command-line tools can be used if something different is required, or desired--and it looks like that is exactly what's happening here..
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