Command Line Change Cursor Size (Quick and Easy)

This guide will show you how to change the cursor size in command line. This is totally a preference option. You might like the big cursor to easily see where your cursor is. Others might like the cursor on the smaller side.

  1. Right click the Title Bar, then select Properties option.
    Command Line Right Click Properties
  2. If not already selected, select the Options Tab.
    Command Line Properties OptionsTab
  3. In the Cursor Size section, you can change the size of the cursor. The current cursor size will be selected.
    Command Line Cursor Size
  4. Click the ok button when you are ready to save your changes.
    Command Line OK Button

Now you should be able to see the change in cursor size in command line. Here you can see that I chose to set mine to small.

As another example, here is what it looks like when you set the cursor to large.

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