This is for people, like me, who come from ten years of Windows PowerShell, and are more an more using Linux (through the Windows Subsystem for Linux).

Here is a snippet from the bash manual. The search terms of interest are "completing" and "tab". The main section to read is "completing".

On my keyboard, the M- means ESC, so M-? means the key combination ESC-? (press escape and then question mark).

We can bind keys from bash with bind TAB:menu-complete (for example). We can run that directly or put it in our ~/.bashrc file.


Terminal autocomplete: cycle through suggestions
I had this on my Ubuntu setup and since I switched to Fedora I want to set it and I forgot how... The idea is simple : I don’t want the terminal to show me suggestions when I double tab, instead ...