A simple example of the Cmd.exe alternative in orange under MS Windows 10!
This screenshot with the orange console was taken under Windows 10, as you can see in the screenshot taken under Windows 10 above. However, you can easily apply, use, and use this Cmd.exe alternative in orange color on earlier versions of Microsoft's Windows operating systems, regardless of whether the cmd alternative is needed on a home Windows desktop, or on the go on a tablet, Surface Pro / Go, or even on a server operating system. The CMD alternative has been tested and successfully verified
on various MS OS .
There are some command line alternatives to cmd.exe in orange color on MS Windows:
- ColorConsole: This is a free command line emulator that allows you to change the colors of the console window, background and text. It also supports a variety of other features such as: B. Tabbed browsing, split screen and transparency.
- ConEmu: This is another free, open source command line emulator similar to ColorConsole. You can also change the colors of the console window, background and text. ConEmu also supports a number of other features such as: E.g. tabs, split screens and custom themes.
- Cmder: This is a free, open source command line emulator based on ConEmu. It includes a number of additional features, such as a built-in terminal emulator, file browser, and Git integration. Cmder also allows you to change the colors of the console window, background and text.
Once you've changed the colors to your liking, you can use the emulator as usual.
Please note that these are just a few examples of command line alternatives to cmd.exe in orange color on MS Windows. Other emulators are also available. So feel free to try it out and find one that you like best.