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How to Change Cursor Size in Command Prompt on Windows 10

If you think the cursor (see the following picture) in Command Prompt is too small to identify, you can go to change its size. For your better reference, the article specifically shows you how to change cursor size in Command Prompt on Windows 10 computer.

Video guide on how to change cursor size in Command Prompt on Windows 10:

Steps to change cursor size in Command Prompt on Windows 10:

Step 1: Open Command Prompt.

Right-click the Start button (or the bottom-left corner), and select Command Prompt in the menu.

Step 2: Access Command Prompt Properties.

Right-tap the title bar and choose Properties on the context menu.

Step 3: Chang cursor size in the Options settings.

In the provided cursor size options, choose one from Small, Medium and Large, and then click OK.

For instance, if the Medium size is selected, the cursor size is changed accordingly, as shown in the screen shot below.

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