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How to Change CMD Colors

Okay, Today I am show How to change the CMD colour so this is not even a tutorial, but i am doing this just for the followers who are addicted to CMD tricks and tips but they don’t know the basics. I know it is very easy and for some it may be useless.

Anyway, by default the CMD colors are white and the background is black, it may not be somebody favourite color so you may want to change it if you use CMD a lot. In the end of this post you will be able to change the color of the characters and the background.


This is the list of all the possible color you can use:

0 = Black      8 = Gray
1 = Blue         9 = Light Blue
2 = Green     A = Light Green
3 = Aqua       B = Light Aqua
4 = Red         C = Light Red
5 = Purple    D = Light Purple
6 = Yellow    E = Light Yellow
7 = White     F = Bright White

If you want to change the characters color you have to use only one color for example color A or if you want to use number, you have to add 0 before, so it will be color 04.
Now if you want to change the background color use a combination of colors, for example color 4b or color af etc etc.

The preview of color 5b :-


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