How to configure command prompt


Configure command prompt

open   Command prompt.  
Click the upper left corner of the command prompt window, and then click properties.  
Click the Options tab.  
In command record, in buffer size, type or select 999, and then in number of buffers, type or select 5.  
In edit options, select the Quick Edit mode and insert mode check boxes.  
Click the Layout tab.  
In height for screen buffer size, type or select 2500.  
You can also perform these optional actions:  
Increase the width value in screen buffer size.  
In window size, increase the height value.  
In window size, increase the width value.  
Clear the locate window by system check box and change the values in left and top in window position.  
In the apply Properties dialog box, click save properties for future windows with the same title.  
be careful

To open command prompt properties from the keyboard, press   ALT+SPACEBAR+P   Key combination.  
When the Quick Edit mode check box is selected, copy and paste operations can be performed from this command prompt window. To copy, first use the left mouse button to select the text in the command prompt window, and then right-click. When pasting in a command prompt window or text file, right-click.  
Increase the screen buffer size to   nine hundred and ninety-nine   After that, you can scroll through the command prompt window.  
If you increase the number of buffers to five, the number of lines in the command prompt window increases to five   5000。  
To disable or enable file and directory name autocomplete on the computer or during a user login session, run   Regedit.exe   And set the following parameters   REG_ DWORD   Value:  
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Command Processor\CompletionChar\REG_DWORD

To set   REG_ DWORD   The hexadecimal value of the control character used for a particular function (for example, 0 × nine   express   TAB   Key, and   0 × 08   It means   BACKSPACE   Key). User specific settings take precedence over computer settings, and command line options take precedence over registry settings. For more information about file and directory name completion, see.


Improper editing of the registry may seriously damage your system. Before changing the registry, you should back up any valuable data on your computer.