In Powershell you can also change and adapt the font and add more, under Windows 11, 10, ... and MS Server OS, how is no longer a question!
1.) ... Use a different font in PowerShell!
|(Image-1) Change the font in PowerShell on MS Windows OS!|
2.) Activate additional fonts for PowerShell
After you have installed the ► Windows font
1. Start the registry editor ( Windows + R command regedit )
2. Open the registry folder:
3. Create a new one Character sequence
4. For the first, second, ... font 01, 02, ... etc.
5. Enter the name of the respective font
(... see Image-2 Point 1 and / to X)
Here in the example Roboto Mono works and Ubuntu Mono under Windows 11, but also on all other MS Windows desktop and server operating systems!
|(Image-2) Add new font for PowerShell on Windows OS!|
3.) Which fonts can I consider using PowerShell, what do I have to consider?The PowerShell on Windows is a console application and accordingly only accepts fonts that are fixed-width, so for it to work it has to be fixed-width fonts, search the web to find fonts that are like this Ubuntu Mono font function!
On the page https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_monospaced_typefaces you may find the right font for the PowerShell!
►► What is a font?
►► Delete, uninstall, remove, add Windows fonts?
►► Where are the system fonts in Windows 11?
FAQ 3: Updated on: 16 June 2022 11:23