You can customize the appearance of a Command Prompt window in several ways. You can change its size, select a font, and even use eye-pleasing colors. And you can save these settings independently for each shortcut that launches a Command Prompt session so that you can make appropriate settings for different tasks.
To customize a Command Prompt window, you make settings in a properties dialog box that you can reach in any of three ways:
Right-click a shortcut that opens a Command Prompt window, and choose Properties from the shortcut menu. Changes you make here affect all future Command Prompt sessions launched from this shortcut.
Click the Control menu icon in a Command Prompt window, and choose Properties from ...