Command Line Change Font Size (Quick and Easy)

This guide will show you how to change the font size in command line. Users might make it larger so that the screen is easier to read. Others might make the text smaller so that they are able to see more in the console.

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

Now you can enjoy the font size change in command line! It is hard to tell from this screen shot, but my font is much larger than it was before. This makes it much easier to view when I am doing my screen recordings.

Command Line New Font Size

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