Tired of using the boring default fonts in PowerShell? There are more monospaced fonts on your system. You just need to allow the console to use them. Here’s how:
$key = 'HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Console\TrueTypeFont' Set-ItemProperty -Path $key -Name '0' -Value 'Lucida Console' Set-ItemProperty -Path $key -Name '00' -Value 'Courier New' Set-ItemProperty -Path $key -Name '000' -Value 'Consolas' Set-ItemProperty -Path $key -Name '0000' -Value 'Lucida Sans Typewriter' Set-ItemProperty -Path $key -Name '00000' -Value 'OCR A Extended'
Run this with Administrator privileges to add additional fonts to the console. Every new console you open now (including
cmd.exe) can now select from these fonts. To select a font, right-click the icon in the console title bar and choose Properties, then click on the Font tab.
thing that I am particularly eticxed about is that Safari for Windows finally brings fonts that were previously only available on Macs, to Windows. For example, my own blog uses the Lucida Grande font, a very elegant and popular font among sites
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