Command Prompt is a command-line interpreter application available in most Windows operating systems. You can use it to execute entered commands. Most of these commands automate tasks via scripts and batch files, carry out advanced administrative functions, and help troubleshoot or solve specific Windows issues.
If you frequently use the command prompt and want a more visually appealing experience, it might be time to change its background. By making the command prompt window transparent, not only does it become more interactive, but it also enhances your workspace aesthetics. This added transparency can make working with command prompts a more enjoyable experience.
In this article, we will guide you through the steps to make the Command Prompt in Windows 11 and 10 transparent. Let’s dive in!
How to Make the Windows 11 Command Prompt Transparent?
To make the Windows 11 Command Prompt transparent, do the following steps:-
Step 1. Firstly, launch Command prompt.
To do that, click the Windows key or Start button on the taskbar.
Then, type Command Prompt. From the left-side pane, click on the Command Prompt, or in the right-side pane, click on the Open to access Command Prompt.
Step 2. When Command Prompt opens, right-click the top border and select the Properties option.
Step 3. On the Properties dialog, head over to the Options tab and ensure the “Use legacy console” option is unchecked.
Step 4. Then navigate to the Colors tab, and at the bottom, use the Opacity slider to get the desired transparency effect.
If needed, you can also change the screen background color and tweak the text. When you complete it, click the OK button.
This way, you will make the Windows 11 and Windows 10 commands prompt Transparent. Now, the Command Prompt window will be transparent, depending on the percentage of opacity you have applied. Below is just an example of a transparent command prompt.
It looks very interactive.
Making the Command Prompt transparent in Windows 11 and 10 is an easy process that can enhance the visual experience for users who frequently work in this environment. By adjusting the opacity in the settings, you can achieve a more interactive and aesthetically pleasing workspace. Whether for practical purposes or just to enhance the workspace’s look, the added transparency can make the Command Prompt experience more enjoyable.