Actually, I started using Hyper, as I didn't have any special/advanced use case to be with cmder. I made a basic use of nvm as well, by the way, didn't notice anything specific to be different than how it would work in a regular Linux environment.
The only slight drawback I've experienced so far with the WSL/Ubuntu/zsh/oh-my-zsh/nvm/yarn and similar is the speed of getting the job done. Comparing between my Manjaro and the W10 with WSL, speed of yarn install is probably 5-6 less than usual.
Just playing with the Hyper canary release and so far seems 👌
I know what you mean about slower and it's something I have learned to live with, like most things it's a trade off :)
By the way, another useful app I found today is wox.one/
I'm still on the conservative side with Windows, but I'm willing to use for a few months as my OS for work and see how it goes in overall :)
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