yep but I use it since several month and I haven’t see any bugs or crash
In any case, I only use him anymore 🙂
Tabby offers tabs and a panel system, but also themes, plugins and color palettes to allow you to push the experience to the limit. It can support different shells in the same window, offers completion, has an encrypted container for your passwords, SSH keys and other secrets, and can handle different connection profiles.
Each tab is persistent (you can restore them if you close one by mistake) and has a notification system, which will let you know if, for example, a process is finished while you are tapping in another tab.
It’s really a great terminal that will easily replace cmd.exe for Windowsians or your usual terminal. And it can even work in a portable version for those who like to carry their tools on a USB key.
–> To test it, you can download it, but there is also a web version. Handy for getting an idea.Tabby - a terminal for a more modern age Tabby - a terminal for a more modern age
Tabby is a free and open source SSH, local and Telnet terminal with everything you'll ever need.