Open the command prompt
Click on the "C:\" icon beside "Command Prompt" on the title bar.
Click on Default and then the Colors tab.

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Properties also will do the same thing. lol. What a simple tweak. Good looking out (=
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You can also change the color of the text and background by using the color command inside of DOS. Use color /? to see all options

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Come on! Its something every computer user (If atleast advanced enough to use CMD) will check out themself.....

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Properties also will do the same thing. lol. What a simple tweak. Good looking out (=
Step it up to litestep and do a nice edit to your sexy shell.
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really! really...?!?

You can also change the color of the text and background by using the color command inside of DOS. Use color /? to see all options

color command works

right click on toolbar & properties also works

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Do open run>cmd>ok
type color 06
and see what happens .
You can also tries [01] [02] [fc] [cd] ... and any combination like 0 to 6 or a to f

plz comment
[email]KumarUtkarsh@<DaniWEB.com[/email]>

thanx.kumar....it really works

Come on! Its something every computer user (If atleast advanced enough to use CMD) will check out themself.....

Do open run>cmd>ok
type color 06
and see what happens .
You can also tries [01] [02] [fc] [cd] ... and any combination like 0 to 6 or a to f

plz comment
[email]KumarUtkarsh@<DaniWEB.com[/email]>

Judging by this thread, you should have posted that as a thread itself, i was cool...

In any case thanks for sharing.

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