Windows 7: Change the Command Prompt Color Scheme
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The default color scheme of Command Prompt is set to black, background, and gray, text color. The following steps, below, show how to personalize the color scheme in Command Prompt.
1. Click Start from your desktop and type Command Prompt into the search box.
2. Right click the first option and scroll down to Properties from the drop down context menu.
3. The Properties dialog box should appear. Switch to the Colors tab.
4. Change the text color and background color by checking their respective boxes and then changing the color values, or selecting the preset colors below.
5. Select Apply after choosing the new color scheme, then click OK.
Note: To return to default color scheme, type the following command: color 08.
Referenced from: Windows.microsoft.com
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12/11/2012 2:00:49 PM
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