Windows 7: Change the Command Prompt Color Scheme




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The default color scheme of Command Prompt is set to Black background & Gray text color.

Personalize the Command Prompt Color Scheme

1. Click Start from your desktop and click into the Search box.

2. Type: Command Prompt into the search box.

3. Right-click the first option.

4. Scroll down & click Properties from the drop-down context menu.

This shows the properties option in the Command Prompt dropdown menu


5. Click the Colors tab.

6. Select Screen Text, Screen Background, Pop-up Text or Pop-up Background.

7. Change the Color Value or select a Preset Color.

This shows the color value selector


8. Click Apply.

9. Click OK.

This shows the command prompt window

NOTE: To return to default color scheme, type the following command: color 08.



Referenced from: Windows.microsoft.com



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