How to Enable New Command Prompt Features in Windows 10

How to Enable New Command Prompt Features in Windows 10

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In this short article, we have shown how to enable new command prompt features in Windows 10 if it is not already turned on.

So what’s new in these new features?

These features let you copy-paste using keyboard shortcuts or in-text among multiple lines, etc.

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Enable New Command Prompt Features in Windows 10

Follow the steps given below.

Step 1: User left click on “Start (button)”

User left click on "Start (button)" |

Step 2: User keyboard input on “Cortana (window)” in “Cortana”

Step 3: User right click on “Command Prompt, App (list item)” in “Cortana”

Step 4: User left click on “Run as administrator (item)” in “Cortana”

Step 5: User right click on “Administrator: Command Prompt (window)” in “Administrator: Command Prompt”

Step 6:User left click on “Properties (menu item)”

User left click on "Properties (menu item)"

Step 7: User left click on “Use legacy console (requires relaunch) (uncheck box)”

Step 8: User left click on “OK (button)”

Step 9: User left click on “Close (button)” in “Administrator: Command Prompt”

Now you can have access to edit text, color capacity, you also have access to more options in the terminal tab.

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