How to Create a Custom Windows Command Prompt

Command prompts (Windows) are cool because you can use them to perform various tasks, using the library of commands in c:\windows\system32\cmd.exe. You can change the look/feel of your Command Prompt (CMD prompt) in several ways: Change the size/shape of the window and text. Change the background and cursor colors. Change the flashing prompt to a custom message, including the date & time.

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