Ask HN: Turning Windows into a high-quality development environment
What I have now is stock Windows installation. I would like to turn it into something that feels comfortable for development. Obviously a lot depends on what exactly I want to do with it, but for this thread I want to keep things wide in scope. Basically I want to get some software and configuration recommenations like people give each other in r/unixporn. For example on Linux, some people can't live without tmux, or tiling wm, or fish shell, so I want to hear similar recommentations for Windows.
What do you use?