It earlier versions of Windows, such as Windows XP, it was possible to maximize the CMD to full screen by pressing Alt+Enter. Before Windows 10, Windows XP was the last version where this worked. In Windows Vista and above, Microsoft removed fullscreen mode for the command prompt. This has been changed in Windows 10 and Windows 11.
Windows 10, the true fullscreen mode for Command Prompt is back, and it allows you to use the console without showing the title bar just like in the old days. Here’s how to do it.
To use Command Prompt in fullscreen and hiding the title bar use these steps:
How to Open Command Prompt Fullscreen in Windows 10 And Hiding The Title Bar
1- Open the command prompt.
2- When command prompt starts, press the Alt+Enter keys together on the keyboard.
3- You can start using Command Prompt in true fullscreen mode.
4- Sending the Alt+Enter keystroke restores the regular appearance of the command prompt window.
1- In Windows 7 or 8, there is no such thing as a real full window, so you cannot use the same method.
2- You can also use these steps to use PowerShell in fullscreen mode.
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Published on: Oct 2, 2019- Last edited date: 24-02-2022