The easy way is simply modify the screen width of the Dos Box.
To set it up in a batch file:
mode con: cols=170 lines=50
FYI, I don't know how to "lock that. It will change the resolution during the Batch File run, however next time you open a command prompt, it reverts to the old settings. At least the batch File runs as you wish.
To determine best size for what your doing:
- open cmd
- Right click upper rail of CMD Window, choose Properties
- Click "Layout"
-Middle Choice=Window Size
- Change that to
- Width: 150
- "Window Position: Check "Let System Position Window"
For your resolution, might be different (no clue how to make it user specific)
170x50 = Absolutely perfect window size for me.
I can still see top url and bottom tabs, but takes up almost entire screen.
As an F.Y.I.
As I type this it's 2013, thus "Popular" is the Wide LCD/Short/Squat Height.
My Resolution is set at 1400x1050
It's rated "20-Inch"
It's 21"-across/12"-tall (see, wide/squat)
(might make a difference, consider tweaking it)