Command Line Change Font (Quick and Easy)

This guide will show you how to change the font in command line. This is purely a preference option and will be up to each user to decide which font is best for them. Unfortunately this feature is limited to the options that are in the select box that you will see in this article. To the best of my knowledge there is not a way to add additional fonts. If you know how, please drop a comment down below.

  1. Right click on the Title Bar, then select Properties
    Command Line Right Click Properties
  2. If not already selected, select the Font tab.
    Command Line Properties Font Tab
  3. In the Font section, there is a scrolling select that you can pick the font from. Currently you must use one of the fonts listed in this section.
    Command Line Select Font
  4. Click the OK button once you are ready to save your changes.
    Command Line OK Button

Now you can enjoy the font change in command line!

Command Line New Font

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