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The best alternatives to Terminal as a Service are Warp, Microsoft Terminal, and Wazaterm. If these 3 options don't work for you, we've listed a few more alternatives below.
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  • Warp is a fast Rust-based terminal that’s easy to use and built for teams. 1) Commands and outputs are grouped like a data notebook 2) Input is a modern code-editor preconfigured with useful completions 3) Shar...

  • Windows Terminal is a terminal emulator for Windows 10 written by Microsoft. It includes support for the Command Prompt, PowerShell, WSL and SSH. After the initial source code release on GitHub, a preview relea...

  • Wazaterm is a cloud terminal that sets you free from binding OS/Devices to work with terminal.

  • WTF is a personal information dashboard for your terminal. It allows you to monitor systems, services, and important information that you otherwise might keep browser tabs open for, the kinds of things you don’...

  • Use savecmd to store your terminal history across multiple clients, indexed and searchable. Collaborate with teammates to share commonly used commands and scripts.

  • Developers keep opening many terminals to run their tasks/scripts/commands. Ten Hands makes it easier to organize frequently using command line tasks in one place. It is free and Open Source.

  • Your Mac is running a lot of things: easily sort and filter by agents/daemons owned by your user or the system, see what's running, and optionally edit its plist, start, stop, or reload. All from the terminal y...

  • A collection of commands to copy and paste into your terminal when you're working with tar archives.