How to mute the Windows Terminal bell 🔕

Windows Terminal showing “Hello, world!” in Vim

1. Open the Windows Terminal settings

Windows Terminal with dropdown menu showing steps to click the Settings option

2. Set the bellStyle property to "none"

Windows Terminal settings in a text file highlighting the bellStyle property set to “none”




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