|My bash prmpt|
It shows the current branch and color codes the status of the repo among other things. If you want the settings, you can get the gist for it.
At home, I work with Windows. I know I can get a bash shell running on Windows but I wondered if there's a same thing for the Windows terminal.
The first thing I learn is that Windows has two terminals, the ordinary cmd.exe thing and a much more powerful thing called Powershell. Powershell can do what cmd can do and much more. Powershell is more of a platform rather than just a window to issue commands.
Which then lead me to posh-git. At default settings, it just changes your prompt to be git-aware. For example:
C:\Users\jaypax\projects\poshgit ≡ ~
It's not exactly like my bash prompt but it's close. I might be even convinced it's better with a little tweaking.
I got to say it's pretty nice but don't take my word for it. Take it for a spin.