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As we all know, Windows command-line have the white-black color scheme. And we could use:
command to change the colors of background and text.
But the command above will change the whole text in the command-line. E.g. the result of command is as follows:
But I don't want this kind of color-scheme because that makes no difference with the original white-black one. It is hard to distinguish the command you input and the output of the command. What I want is something like this:
I want the color of command prompt is different with other text on the screen so that I can find the command I input easily. But I only get the solution on Linux. It uses:
export PS1=”\[\e[35;1m\][\u@\h: \W]\$\[\e[0m\] “
So my question is:
How can I change the color of command prompt like the above one on Windows?
Thanks very much.
Following the prompt of @Luke I finally get the solution. Anyone who is interested in this topic please hit the two links below:
It is "ANSI hack developped for the CMD.exe shell".
Wish that would be helpful for you.