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Stylize Windows Command Prompt

File this under “trivial, but fun things I was excited to learn.”

Did you know you can change the colors, font, and opacity level of the command prompt on Windows?  Check out how I set mine up (the background design is just my desktop…):

To do this, all you need to do is right click the title bar of your command prompt window and select Properties.  From there you’ll see tabs for fonts, colors, and opacity.

If you’re up to editing your registry, you can even add extra fonts not initially available.

Have fun!

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