How many of you agree that, despite all the handy features that the command prompt has, it seems a little boring because of the white background with black background? Windows has always been colorful. Whether they are colorful themes, background or icons. Don't you think your Windows color operating system should stay colored regardless of the program you are running? Let's add a splash of color to the command prompt in Windows 10 to make it more lively.
CMD is the command line interpreter of Windows, but it seems a little boring. The new paint layers generously applied to the rest of Windows are certainly missing. Windows has always been colorful. Whether themes, backgrounds or icons. In our recent article, we will share with you the procedure for changing the color of CMD in Windows 10 using commands. If you want another, see our article Changing the color of CMD in Windows 10 using properties.
Step 1. First open the Start menu and type CMD. Open the CMD from the list.
Step 2 Click the command prompt icon and select "Properties."
Step 3 In Properties, go to the "Font" tab and choose the font size and style.
Step 4 Then go to the Colors tab and select the background and text color.
Step 5 You can even control opacity in the same panel.
That's it, and that's it! This is how you can change the command prompt colors in Windows 10. If you have any questions, please let us know in the comments box below.
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