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 Post subject: How To Change The Colour In Command Prompt
New postPosted: Tue Nov 23, 2010 9:30 am 

How to change the colour of the fonts in Command Prompt. From help menu of the colour command you can get the colour codes.

For example if you write; color 1
it will change the white font colour to blue.

After trying all the colour codes you can get the one you like. But this is not enough, you can change the background color too.

For this, you need to right click the title bar of the Command Prompt. From here you need to select its properties.

From the properties windows that will be opened, you need to select the colours tab.

You will see the Screen Background, Select the desired background colour.

Now you have given your Cmd a new look. Well it should :mrgreen:

Pointless - Yes - Fun - Yes!



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 Post subject: Re: How To Change The Colour In Command Prompt
New postPosted: Tue Nov 23, 2010 10:58 am 
For this post the author UVAIS has received gratitude : Bharathwaj92

Bugsy wrote:
How to change the colour of the fonts in Command Prompt. From help menu of the colour command you can get the colour codes.

For example if you write; color 1
it will change the white font colour to blue.

After trying all the colour codes you can get the one you like. But this is not enough, you can change the background color too.

For this, you need to right click the title bar of the Command Prompt. From here you need to select its properties.

From the properties windows that will be opened, you need to select the colours tab.

You will see the Screen Background, Select the desired background colour.

Now you have given your Cmd a new look. Well it should :mrgreen:

Pointless - Yes - Fun - Yes!



Nice post Mate ;)



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 Post subject: Re: How To Change The Colour In Command Prompt
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 Post subject: Re: How To Change The Colour In Command Prompt
New postPosted: Fri Nov 26, 2010 1:20 pm 

Bugsy wrote:
How to change the colour of the fonts in Command Prompt. From help menu of the colour command you can get the colour codes.

For example if you write; color 1
it will change the white font colour to blue.

After trying all the colour codes you can get the one you like. But this is not enough, you can change the background color too.

For this, you need to right click the title bar of the Command Prompt. From here you need to select its properties.

From the properties windows that will be opened, you need to select the colours tab.

You will see the Screen Background, Select the desired background colour.

Now you have given your Cmd a new look. Well it should :mrgreen:

Pointless - Yes - Fun - Yes!


Thanks man.. It worked for me.. :)


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