How to personalize the windows command prompt

In my articles, you often see instructions to open the command prompt as admin. In Windows 10 also, you will need to use it from time to time, so I would like to share with you the various ways to open an elevated command prompt. Let’s explore them right now.

How to personalize the windows command prompt

Opening an elevated cmd.exe from Power Users menu, or the Win+X menu

This way is very handy in Windows 10. Starting with Windows 8, Microsoft has implemented the Power Users menu, which contains many useful items like Control Panel, Network Connections and so on. Windows 10 also comes with such a menu. It contains the Command Prompt (Admin) item which is exactly what we need.

How to personalize the windows command prompt

To access this menu in Windows 10, press Win + X shortcut keys together on the keyboard.

Tip: You can customize the Win+X menu with our freeware tool called Win+X Menu Editor. Check it out.

Update: This option has been removed in Windows 10 Creators Update. See the following article to learn about this change in detail: Windows 10 build 14986 replaces Command Prompt with PowerShell everywhere. To restore the command prompt in the Win + X menu, see this tutorial: Add Command Prompt back to Win+X Menu in Windows 10 Creators Update.

Opening elevated cmd.exe via Windows 10 Start menu

In Windows 10, you can use the search box inside the Start menu. Type cmd there and press CTRL + SHIFT + ENTER to launch the command prompt elevated. This also works on the Start screen.

How to personalize the windows command prompt

Launch an elevated command prompt instance from a non-elevated one

How to personalize the windows command prompt

You can launch an elevated instance of the command prompt from a non-elevated one. You might wonder why you would need to do this. Let me show you with an example scenario.
Whenever you press the SHIFT key and hold it and then right click on a folder in Explorer, you get the usual “Open command window here” menu item.

This is very handy, you just opened a command window at the path you wanted. Now what if you need an elevated command prompt at that path? Command Prompt does not provide any way to open an elevated command window at the same path.

Update: The context menu option has been removed in Windows 10 Creators Update. You can restore it as follows:

To resolve this issue and improve usability, you can use a little application I coded called ELE. It is able to reopen an already opened command prompt as administrator and keeps the current path.

How to personalize the windows command prompt

Usage of ELE:
Simply typing ele – opens a new console window as administrator in the current directory.
ele /x – opens a new console window in the current directory and closes the original console window. If ELE is started from a file manager, it just opens a new elevated console at the current path.

Copy-paste ele.exe in any folder which is included in your system %PATH% environment variable, e.g. C:\Windows or C:\Windows\system32. That will make it accessible from any folder and you won’t need to type the full path to ele.exe every time you want to elevate the command prompt.

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21 thoughts on “How to open elevated command prompt in Windows 10”

Hi Guys, I’m having problems with windows 10, so before I uninstall it, I tried what you wrote and unistalled HMA 1st, now I cant find a way of installing it again, I’m in a country where all this stuff is blocked so now I’m stuck.
Please help.
Thanks.

I followed all your instructions ,but it seem windows 10 is as bad as 8.Nothing downlowd

There is nothing wrong with Windows 10. Spend more than a few minutes trying to learn where all of the settings are and you wouldn’t be complaining.

I upgrade to windows 10 and all outlook is gone

Having a great experience of using windows 10.

Simply Awesome and Cool.

Outlook works great.

I don’t understand why you people are complaining windows 10.

I apologize for such a noob question but I can’t seem to get to C:\users\christian\App Data\Roaming using an elevated cmd prompt. I used to just type in a hidden path in windows start but Windows 10 doesn’t have one.
Thanks so much for any help you could provide.

Just answered my own question. All I had to do was unhide my folders from c:\users down. I can see AppData and all the folders down the path. Hope this can help someone else.

this was very very very useful
thanks a lot

i try this but it gives me a erroe 0x800f081f. can u plz help me

Thanks for posting this. The old ‘start a cmd window and do runas /user:someadminaccount’ thing doesn’t work anymore on 10 apparently.

How can l write this command prompt
The syntax of this command is:
NET USER
[username[password|*][options]][/DOMAIN]
username/ADd[options][DOMAIN]
username[/DELETE][/DOMAIN]
Username[/TIMES:]
username[/ACTIVE:]

hey guys i am using windows 10. now i can’t open cmd as administrator because every time i follow instructions from websites here appears a box where an administrator password is required and there is no space to fill the password. Please help me. Please

I tried the first two options, and all I got was a single delayed error box (after many attempts) that said something about not having a specified action and needing to download something.

How to personalize the windows command prompt

Command line interfaces can be downright boring and always seem to miss out on the fresh coats of paint liberally applied to the rest of Windows. Here’s how to add a splash of color to Command Prompt and make it unique.

By default, Windows Command Prompt is white text on a black background. It gets the job done, but maybe you want to add some color to it.

How to personalize the windows command prompt

To get an overview of what we can do with the color command, let’s enter:

How to personalize the windows command prompt

To get the color you want, enter color, then the option for the background color followed by the font color. For example, let’s make an old-fashioned green on black look by entering:

How to personalize the windows command prompt

There are a bunch of different combinations you can do, like this black background with red text.

How to personalize the windows command prompt

You can’t mess it up too much. The color command won’t let you set both the font and the background to the same color, which would make it unreadable. Also, if you want to get back to the default settings, just enter:

Now we’re back to plain-old black and white.

How to personalize the windows command prompt

Personalize Command Prompt Without Commands

If you’d prefer to change the color without entering commands, just click on the Command Prompt icon in the top left corner of the window and select Properties.

How to personalize the windows command prompt

Select the Colors tab, and then choose the color you want for the screen text and background. You can also enter your own RGB color combination if you want.

How to personalize the windows command prompt

Here we entered the RGB values to get a purple background color like Ubuntu 10.04.

How to personalize the windows command prompt

Back in the Properties dialog, you can also change your Command Prompt font from the font tab. Choose any font you want as long as the one you want is one of the three listed here.

How to personalize the windows command prompt

Customizations you make via the Properties dialog are saved and will be used any time you open Command Prompt, but any customizations you make with the Color command are only for that session.

Conclusion

Whether you want to make your command prompt bright enough to cause a sunburn or old-style enough to scare a mainframe operator, with these settings, you can make Command Prompt a bit more unique.

The good old command prompt is still handy, and it’s more robust and customizable in Windows 10.

How to personalize the windows command prompt

The Windows command prompt has long been a convenient way to run certain commands or command strings that you can’t easily run within Windows itself. That tradition carries over into Windows 10, with a few cool new features.

You can resize the window horizontally as wide as you want. You can set the text to wrap around to the next line precisely so you can more easily read the entire command. And you can use the old standby Ctrl + C and Ctrl + V keyboard strokes to copy and paste text to and from a command prompt. Let’s check it out.

Right-click on the Windows 10 Start button. From the pop-up menu, click on the command for Command Prompt. At the prompt, type the command “help,” which displays a list of all available commands. Ahh, but if your command prompt window is too narrow, you can’t easily read all the text.

In previous versions of Windows, you wouldn’t be able to see all the text, or you’d have to enlarge the window to decipher the text as it wrapped around to the next line. In Windows 10, though, you can simply drag and drop the right border of the window to increase the width as exactly as needed to more easily read each string of text.

You can also set the text to wrap around to the next line. This option is turned on by default, but you can still make sure it’s enabled and see what happens if you turn it off. Click on the C:\ icon in the upper-left corner of the command prompt window. From the drop-down menu, click on the setting for Properties.

From the Properties window, click on the Layout tab. The option “Wrap text output on resize” should be checked. Uncheck it and then click OK.

Resize the window horizonally, and you’ll see the text no longer wraps.

Go back to the Layout menu, recheck the option to wrap text and click OK. Resize the command prompt window, and the text once again wraps to the next line.

The copy-paste feature has also been enhanced in Windows 10. In prior versions of Windows, you’d have to select your text, click on the C:\ icon for the drop-down menu, choose the Edit command, move to your destination window, and then click on the Paste command. No more. Now you can simply copy and paste the text using the standard Windows keystrokes. After you select your text in the command prompt window, press Ctrl + C to copy it.

Move to your destination window and then press Ctrl + V to paste it.

Finally, the same useful settings and options from previous versions of Windows remain in force in Windows 10. From the Properties window, you can click on the Options menu to vary the size of the cursor, control how many commands can hang out in the memory buffer at once, and turn a variety of settings on and off.

From the Font menu, you can change the size and type of the font.

From the Layout menu, you can adjust the size of the command prompt window.

And from the Colors menu, you can splash some color onto the text and background of the command prompt window.

For more, check out these other Windows 10 tips:

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The windows command prompt (located at C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe) is a useful tool to perform various administrative tasks. The prompt is a string of characters (special and non special) that are displayed whenever the command prompt is waiting for input. Making the prompt less boring or more useful can make a lot of difference when working with the command prompt. It can be changed dynamically using the ‘prompt’ command, or permanently by creating a %prompt% user variable.

How to personalize the windows command prompt

How to personalize the windows command prompt

How to personalize the windows command prompt

Note that this only changes the prompt of the current command prompt session, which is reset the next time you run the command prompt.

How to personalize the windows command prompt

How to personalize the windows command prompt

How to personalize the windows command prompt

How to personalize the windows command prompt

How to personalize the windows command prompt

How to personalize the windows command prompt

How to personalize the windows command prompt

How to personalize the windows command prompt

There are special character sequences that can be used in the prompt string to display different variables. The ‘prompt /?’ command displays a list of these special characters. Environmental variables can also be used in the prompt string, using the standard format % variablename%.

The default prompt is “$P$G” which simply means “Display the current drive and path ($P), followed by a “>” ($G). For example C:\Windows>. Following is the list of possible special characters.

$A & (Ampersand) $B | (pipe) $C ( (Left parenthesis) $D Current date $E Escape code (ASCII code 27) $F ) (Right parenthesis) $G > (greater-than sign) $H Backspace (erases previous character) $L < (less-than sign) $N Current drive $P Current drive and path $Q = (equal sign) $S (space) $T Current Time $V Windows version number $_ Carriage return and linefeed $$ $ (dollar sign)

If Command Extensions are enabled the PROMPT command supports the following additional formatting characters:

$+ zero or more plus sign (+) characters depending upon the depth of the PUSHD directory stack, one character for each level pushed.

$M Displays the remote name associated with the current drive letter or the empty string if current drive is not a network drive.

How to personalize the windows command prompt

Command Prompt is a useful tool, and it has been around for as long as I can remember. You can always continue using it as is, or you can add a little personalization for aesthetic purposes. This tutorial will help you see how you can easily customize command prompt on Windows 10 computers.

The process is pretty straightforward. Just follow these instructions, and you will have a personalized command prompt that doesn’t look like the boring old default black-n-white version.

Customize Command Prompt on Windows 10

You can change command prompt settings in two ways. You can either use the Defaults option or the Properties option. When you use the Defaults option to customize the prompt, the changes will be applied to future command prompt sessions but not the current ones. The changes you made will be applied to all future sessions no matter what shortcut you use to open Command Prompt.

If you use the Properties settings, the changes will be applied to both current and future settings. However, these settings will be applied only to the shortcut whose settings you customized. If you access the prompt using a different shortcut than before, the settings will not have changed there.

In this tutorial, I will show you how to customize settings using the Defaults option. You can customize it using the Properties option, as well. The steps are all the same; instead of clicking on Defaults, you would just need to click on Properties.

Customize Command Prompt Cursor

Step-1: Go to the Start Menu and type cmd. Click Open.

How to personalize the windows command prompt

Step-2: Once the prompt opens, right-click on the title bar and click on Defaults. [You can click on Properties here if you wish to change settings for only one shortcut]

How to personalize the windows command prompt

Step-3: Under the Options tab, you can change the cursor size depending on what you want. After you select your option, click OK.

How to personalize the windows command prompt
Custom Font Size in Command Prompt

How to personalize the windows command prompt

  1. Go to the Start Menu and type cmd. Click Open.
  2. Right-click on the title bar and select Defaults.
  3. Click on the Fonts tab.
  4. Change the size if you don’t like the default font size under the Size section. Under Font, you can also change the font and bold it by checking the Bold fonts box. After you are done, click OK.

How to personalize the windows command prompt

Custom Layout

  1. Go to the Start Menu, type cmd, and click Open.
  2. Right-click the title bar and click on Defaults.
  3. Select the Layout tab. How to personalize the windows command prompt
  4. With the Screen Buffer Size option, you will change how much content you can view and scroll in the Command Prompt. To ensure that you can change the width, uncheck the Wrap text output on resize box. How to personalize the windows command prompt
  5. With the Window Size option, you can change the width and height of the command prompt window. How to personalize the windows command prompt
  6. Under the Window Position section, you can change the position the command prompt opens in. To modify this, uncheck the Let system position window box. How to personalize the windows command prompt
  7. After you are happy with the changes, click OK.

How to personalize the windows command prompt

Custom Color and Transparency

  1. Go to the Start menu, type cmd, and click Open.
  2. Right-click on the title bar and select Defaults.
  3. Select the Colors tab. How to personalize the windows command prompt
  4. You can individually change the colors for the items on the left side of the menu. You can select the colors from the color panel provided or adjust the colors using the RGB values on the right. How to personalize the windows command prompt
  5. To figure out what the exact values should be to get the color of your choice, google RGB color picker and use the slider provided to get the RGB values. How to personalize the windows command prompt
  6. You can also make the console window semi-transparent. In the Opacity section, use the slider to adjust the transparency. How to personalize the windows command prompt
  7. Once you are satisfied with the changes, click OK.

How to personalize the windows command prompt

Now close your current command prompt and open it again to see all your personalized command prompt. Doesn’t it look super different?

We can easily manage our Command Prompt from properties section. Now I am sharing some
step how to change our CMD prompt.

1/ Run cmd.exe from start menu. (Click on the start icon > write CMD in search box then press Enter)

2/ Right click above on the Command Prompt window than click properties from drop down menu.

3/ After clicking, we will see a new window of properties.

4/ Click on the Options tab from properties window and click on the check box of Quick Edit Mode from Edit Options Section.

After checking this box, we will be able to copy data from CMD form.

5/ We can easily control cursor size in CMD form by selecting radio button of small, medium and large from Cursor Size section. If we select Large option by clicking radio button then we will see cursor like a little box in CMD form.

6/ Click on the Font tab > Select desire name of font from Font box > Select font size from size section > If we want bold of font then click on radio button of Bold fonts.

7/ We can change screen buffer size, window size and window position by using Layout tab. Click on the Layout tab > set screen buffer size that we want (we can set 9999 for height of screen buffer size that is highest buffer size of screen) > Set window size that we want > We can also change window position from window position section.

8/ We can change our CMD background and text color by using colors tab. Select desire radio button what we want to change > select desire color from color box then click OK button.

The Command prompt is essential part of windows. We can easily customize our CMD prompt by using above step. If you want more information or have any question about this tropic, please leave a comment.

Command line interfaces can be downright boring, and always seem to miss out on the fresh coats of paint liberally applied to the rest of Windows. Here’s how to add a splash of color to Command Prompt and make it unique.

By default, Windows Command Prompt is white text on a black background. It gets the job done, but maybe you want to add some color to it.

How to personalize the windows command prompt

To get an overview of what we can do with the color command, let’s enter:

How to personalize the windows command prompt

So, to get the color you want, enter color then the option for the background color followed by the font color. For example, let’s make an old-fashioned green on black look by entering:

How to personalize the windows command prompt

There are a bunch of different combinations you can do, like this black background with red text.

How to personalize the windows command prompt

You can’t mess it up too much. The color command won’t let you set both the font and the background to the same color, which would make it unreadable. Also, if you want to get back to the default settings, just enter:

Now we’re back to plain-old black and white.

How to personalize the windows command prompt

Personalize Command Prompt Without Commands

If you’d prefer to change the color without entering commands, just click on the Command Prompt icon in the top left corner of the window and select Properties.

How to personalize the windows command prompt

Select the Colors tab, and then choose the color you want for the screen text and background. You can also enter your own RGB color combination if you want.

How to personalize the windows command prompt

Here we entered the RGB values to get a purple background color like Ubuntu 10.04.

How to personalize the windows command prompt

Back in the Properties dialog, you can also change your Command Prompt font from the font tab. Choose any font you want, as long as the one you want is one of the three listed here.

How to personalize the windows command prompt

Customizations you make via the Properties dialog are saved and will be used any time you open Command Prompt, but any customizations you make with the Color command are only for that session.

Conclusion

Whether you want to make your command prompt bright enough to cause a sunburn or old-style enough to scare a mainframe operator, with these settings, you can make Command Prompt a bit more unique.

Command prompt is the basic tool which can be used for many purpose like changing date, time, repairing some other issues. Command prompt is also called as cmd or cmd.exe i.e. after the name of execution file. The first prototype of command prompt was launched in Windows NT. It was created by Therese Stowell for basic control purpose of the PC. But it can also be used as a method of how to change drive in cmd.

Part 1. What is cd (Change Directory) command?

cd or Change Directory is the command which is the answer for how to change directory in command prompt. This command is used for changing the folder. In simpler terms it is a navigation command. The command “CD\” can take the user to the top of the directory tree i.e. in the C: drive. As the command prompt is not case sensitive so writing the command as “CD” or “cd” is more or less same. The command “cd\” or “CD\” will prompt the user to the root drive i.e. “C:” drive.

If the user wants to go to a specific folder via “CD” command then he or she should write the name of that folder after “cd” with a backslash i.e. “\”. If the user wants to reach the folder named as “System32” in the Windows folder of C: drive then put the command like this “cd\windows\system32\” and press “Enter” from the keyboard.

It will take the use to “System32” folder. The user can also trace back to one folder back by “cd..” command. Just put “cd..” in the command line and press “Enter” from the keyboard.

How to personalize the windows command prompt

Part 2. How to Change Directory in CMD on Windows 10?

Command prompt is one of the most used tools of Windows operating system. The process of command prompt change directory is not tough hence it is a mystery to most people. The steps for changing directories through the command line is as mentioned as below

Restarting the Windows Explorer is the easiest fix to solve the problem of the taskbar. Usually, Windows explorer resets itself if the taskbar is not working correctly, but if it does not then follow these simple steps to make it

1. First open Start and type in “Command Prompt” and search for it.

2. Make a right click on it after finding “Command Prompt” and then select “Run as administrator” from the drop down menu.

How to personalize the windows command prompt

3. Click on “Yes” on the popped up User Account dialog.

4. To get the names of all the directories available on the PC type in “dir” command in the command line and press “Enter” from the keyboard

5. Within the directory list select the folder which is desired to be reached. Then type the name of the folder after command “cd” with backslash i.e. “\” behind the folder’s name.

How to personalize the windows command prompt

6. After reaching the desired directory user can again use the “dir” command to see the contents of the directory i.e. files and folders present in it

How to personalize the windows command prompt

7. User can change the directory by same “cd” command. Just type command “cd” before the name of the directory and press “Enter” form the keyboard

8. To start fresh i.e. to return back to the root directory use “cd/” command. Just type the said in the command line and press “Enter” from the keyboard.

Part 3. How to Change Drive and Directory in CMD with Single Command?

The basic cd command does not work if you are trying to change to a directory that is located on a different drive. Say you are in C:\users\cmdadmin\ directory and want to change to E:\docs directory. If you run ‘cd e:\docs’ you won’t get any error but you would still be in the same folder. In this case you can use /d option with cd command.

Note: To change the directory and the drive at the same time, first, we need to know what directories are available on the PC. To get the information type “dir” in the command line and press “Enter” from the keyboard. It will list all the directory names in the command window.

This command changes to the drive E: and also changes the directory to E:\docs.

How to personalize the windows command prompt

If the command line above didn’t work for you, you can use the pushd command instead. Usually, the “pushd” command is used for merging the “cd” command with “D:” command. Pushd can remember all the previous directories you traversed as long as you change the directory using pushd instead of cd command. Using popd you can go back to all the previously visited folders in the reverse order.

It is done as given below:

“C: Temp>pushd D:\A\B” and press “Enter” from the keyboard

Where “A” is the directory and “B” is the sub-folder in the directory.

To come back to the root directory “popd” command is used just as below

“D:\A\B>popd” and press “Enter” from the keyboard.

With all this the confusion around “how to navigate in CMD?” is cleared. Except for switching directories and drives via command prompt, there are other problems like forgetting the password, which makes people suffer a lot. But with the use of a simple tool named Windows Password Key , one can easily deal with problems related to a lost password of WINDOWS 10 PC.

How to personalize the windows command prompt

This tutorial gives a detailed guide on how to change directory in CMD (Command Prompt) in Windows 10 computer. Learn how to use CD command in Windows Command Prompt to access different directories and folders. FYI, MiniTool software designs a free data recovery software program allowing you to recover any deleted/lost files from Windows 10/8/7 computer and other storage devices.

Windows Command Prompt (cmd.exe) lets you do many things quickly on your Windows computer. Wonder how to change directory in CMD? You can use the CD command to easily do this.

What Is CD Command in Windows?

The CD command refers to “change directory”. It is a professional Windows Command Prompt change directory command. You can use CD command to easily change the current working directory in CMD in Windows 10, and open different directories or folders on your Windows 10 computer. Check how to use CD command to change directory in Command Prompt below.

How to Change Directory in CMD Windows 10

  1. Open elevated Command Prompt
  2. Use the CD command to change directory in CMD

How to Change Directory in CMD with CD Command

Step 1. Open Windows Command Prompt Utility

Before you use Command Prompt to change directory, you should enter into Command Prompt at first.

You can press Windows + R, type cmd, and press Ctrl + Shift + Enter to open elevated Command Prompt in Windows 10.

Step 2. How to Use CD Command in CMD to Change Directory

Then you can type CD command lines in CMD to change different directory or folder paths.

If you want to go to a specific directory, you can type cd + full directory path, e.g. cd C:\Program Files.

To open a particular folder, you can type cd + full folder path, e.g., cd C:\Program Files\office.

To go up a directory level you are currently working, you can type cd ..

To check the whole subdirectories and folders in the current directory, you can type dir command.

How to personalize the windows command prompt

To go to the root level directory from any directory, you can type cd \.

To change the current drive, you can firstly type cd \ to go to the root directory, and then enter the drive letter followed by a colon to enter the target drive, e.g. I:.

To change the drive and directory at the same time, you can use CD and the /D switch simultaneously, e.g., cd /D I:\MiniTool Partition Wizard 11.

How to personalize the windows command prompt

How to personalize the windows command prompt

This post teaches you how to show/view folder size in Windows 10 File Explorer if Windows folder size is not showing. 4 ways are included.

Bottom Line

Now you should know how to change directory in Command Prompt (CMD) by using CD command in Windows 10. You can easily access different directories or folders with CD command Windows in Command Prompt.

If you can’t find a file or folder in your Windows 10 computer, you may lost it or mistakenly deleted it, you can easily recover the file or folder with MiniTool Power Data Recovery.

MiniTool Power Data Recovery is a professional free data recovery program compatible with Windows 10/8/7. You can use this software to easily recover data from various data loss situations.

Namely, you can recover any deleted/lost files from Windows 10/8/7 computer, external hard drive, USB/thumb/pen drive, SD card, and more.

For the data loss due to mistaken file deletion, system crash and other computer system issues, hard drive failure, malware/virus infection, etc. you can use MiniTool Power Data Recovery to easily retrieve the lost files and data.

How to personalize the windows command prompt

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