Windows Terminal is great, I use it for all my command line work. It automatically detects new shells that are installed on your system, like the shell for Ubuntu or PowerShell Core 7. Unfortunately, it doesn't detect the Developer Command Prompt and Developer PowerShell for Visual Studio. Luckily, you can add them yourself!
The steps are rather simple:
Open Windows Terminal
Open the Settings through the UI (see screenshot) or with Ctrl+,
In thesettings.jsonfile that opens in your favorite code editor, locate thelistsarray inside theprofilesobject
Inside that lists array, you can add your additional profiles. In this case, for the Visual Studio command prompts, just use the following snippet: