I'm just catching up on news from WWDC and this seemed to be something that wasn't written in many places. Maybe some of you like me also aren't aware.
Here's a link to an article on The Verge that discusses it more and the potential reasoning.
In case you were wondering, Bash will still be available in MacOS Catalina.
I'm still a bit of a newb with Bash/Terminal/etc. but I've read that a lot of people love zsh. So, I'm going to install zsh right now and write as I go. I'm personally going to hold off on making it my default because I'm going to break something if I do. Actually, a lot of things will break. Will do that later.
- On MacOS the easy way is with homebrew:
brew install zsh
- Open Terminal and type zsh
- You will have various prompts for setting up configs.
According to this open Terminal preferences > General > "Shells open with" > "Command" type in
Explore oh-my-zsh which I have yet to do because WOW there is SO MUCH!