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Change Screen Buffer Size of CMD in Windows 10

The screen buffer size is expressed in terms of a coordinate grid based on character cells. More specifically speaking, its width is the number of character cells in each row, and its height is the number of rows. And this article will show you how to change screen buffer size of Command Prompt on Windows 10 computer.

Video guide on how to change screen buffer size of CMD in Windows 10:

Steps to change screen buffer size of CMD in Windows 10:

Step 1: Open CMD.

Step 2: Access Command Prompt Properties.

In the Command Prompt window, right-click the Title bar and choose Properties.

Step 3: Change screen buffer size.

Open Layout, change the values of Width and Height under Screen Buffer Size and then tap OK.

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