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Chapter 6. The Command Console > Change the colors used by command consoles

6.8. Change the colors used by command consoles

The Windows 2000 command console defaults to white text on a black background. However, you might prefer a different color scheme. You have two ways to change the colors: through the properties for the command console or using the color command. The former changes the color scheme for all consoles, and the latter changes it only for the current console.

6.8.1. Changing color for all consoles

You can change the color scheme for all command consoles by changing the properties for the Command Prompt shortcut:


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