|How to Change CMD Colors|
CMD ( Command Prompt ) – is the command-line interpreter in the OS/2, eComStation, Windows NT, Windows CE, and ReactOS operating systems. It is the counterpart of COMMAND.COM in DOS and Windows 9x systems, and analogous to the Unix shells used on Unix-like systems. Wikipedia.
As we know, Windows OS has lots of features. With the CMD we can type so many commands and the computer will do that if the command your type is correct.
The default CMD color is black and white, the text color is white and the background is black, it’s might be a little boring, don’t you?
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But this time I will show you How to Change the Colors in CMD, please follow the tutorial below.
TUTORIAL CHANGING CMD COLORS
- Open the “CMD“, you can press “Windows” + “R” from the keyboard and type “cmd” and hit Enter
- On CMD, type color p to see the lists of colors that you can use and hit Enter
- The color’s 0-9 and A-F, After you know whats color you want to use,
- Type color x . x = 0-9 or A-Z, Choose one
- Example: color a or color 1 and hit Enter, the color will be changed