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Disable Command Prompt in Windows 10

Disable Command Prompt in Windows 10

How To Disable the Command Prompt in Windows 10

Sometimes it can be useful to prevent users from accessing the classic Command Prompt app in Windows 10. E.g. if you are a system administrator, you may want to apply this restriction when your users should not use console apps and built-in tools. There are two ways to disable the command prompt in Windows 10.

Change Default Console Window Position in Windows 10

Change Default Console Window Position in Windows 10

A console in Windows 10 is the shell environment where you can run text-based console tools and utilities by typing commands. Its UI is very simple and does not have any buttons or graphical commands. Examples of the console are WSL, PowerShell, and the classic Command Prompt. The console can be configured to remember its previous screen position, or you can make it appear in its default position.

Disable Line Wrapping Selection in Console in Windows 10

Disable Line Wrapping Selection in Console in Windows 10

A console in Windows 10 is the shell environment where you can run text-based console tools and utilities by typing commands. Its UI is very simple and does not have any buttons or graphical commands. Examples of the console are WSL, PowerShell, and the classic Command Prompt.

Disable Scroll Forward in Console in Windows 10

Disable Scroll Forward in Console in Windows 10

In Windows 10 build 18298, are a number of changes were made to the built-in console subsystem of the operating system. There is a new "terminal" tab in console option that allows adjusting several new options for the Command Prompt, PowerShell, and WSL. There, you can disable the ability to scroll a console window below the last line's output, like it works in Linux terminal emulators.

Change Cursor Size for Console in Windows 10

Change Cursor Size for Console in Windows 10

A console in Windows 10 is the shell environment where you can run text-based console tools and utilities by typing commands. Its UI is very simple and does not have any buttons or graphical commands. Examples of the console are WSL, PowerShell, and the classic Command Prompt.

Change Terminal Colors of Console Window in Windows 10

Change Terminal Colors of Console Window in Windows 10

In Windows 10 build 18298, are a number of changes were made to the built-in console subsystem of the operating system. There is a new "terminal" tab in console option that allows adjusting several new options for the Command Prompt, PowerShell, and WSL. There, you can set desired RGB color values for the default foreground and background colors.

Change Cursor Color in Console in Windows 10

Change Cursor Color in Console in Windows 10

In Windows 10 build 18298, are a number of changes were made to the built-in console subsystem of the operating system. There is a new "terminal" tab in console option that allows adjusting several new options for the Command Prompt, PowerShell, and WSL. One of them is the ability to change the cursor color.

Change Cursor Shape in Console in Windows 10

Change Cursor Shape in Console in Windows 10

In Windows 10 build 18298, are a number of changes were made to the built-in console subsystem of the operating system. There is a new "terminal" tab in console option that allows adjusting several new options for the Command Prompt, PowerShell, and WSL. One of them is the ability to change the cursor shape.

Use Ctrl + Mouse Wheel To Zoom Windows 10 Console

Use Ctrl + Mouse Wheel To Zoom Windows 10 Console

In Windows 10, the command prompt was significantly updated. It has a LOT of new features which make it really useful. Starting with Windows 10 build 18272, Microsoft added the ability to zoom the console window using Ctrl + Mouse Wheel. This works in the good old command processor, cmd.exe, WSL, and PowerShell.